Student organizations raised more than $300 to help purchase safety vets for dogs that assist police departments.
As Domestic Violence Awareness month opens, a program aimed at understanding the issue will be held at noon on Oct. 3, 2013, at The John Marshall Law School.
The John Marshall Faculty Activity Report is a comprehensive account of all faculty scholarly activities and publications, presentations, pro bono work, and general service to the legal community.
John Marshall Law School marks Constitution Day.
Two new directors named in Institutional Affairs at The John Marshall Law School.
Pamela Szelung (left), editor of the Journal of Information Technology and Privacy Law, and Panagiota Kelali (right), associate director of the Center for Information Technology and Privacy Law, welcomed attorney Kenneth Rashbaum for the Center’s CLE Lunch and Learn Series. His topic was “Ethics in the Digital Age: Do the Right Thing in Cyberspace.”
Well wishers including the director of the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 26, 2013, for the official opening of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic.
Ellyce Anapolsky received the $50,000 Chicago Bar Foundation/Chicago Sun-Times Fellowship to help pay down her law school debt. The award recognizes her pro bono service.
Irish Supreme Court Justice serves as Distinguished International Jurist in Residence.
Current U.S. practices regarding the use of solitary confinement of immigrants held in detention centers violates international law, according to a report prepared in part by students working at The John Marshall Law School Human Rights Project.
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