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“As a lawyer, it can be hard to relate to clients who are children,” Hernandez said. Since college, he has worked with these youths.
One of the oldest and largest of its kind, this competition brings together students from across the nation and abroad to argue emerging issues in the field.
Kenneth Adamo (LLM/IP ’89) returned to The John Marshall Law School to speak on “The Federal Circuit and the United States Supreme Court: Strange Bedfellows in the Patent World?” as part of the Center for Intellectual Property Law’s Distinguished Alumni Presentation on Sept. 27, 2011.
Sheila Markin Nielsen (center), author and consultant, addressed students Sept. 27, 2011, on how to land a great job in the legal profession.
The Department of Event Management has welcomed Tonya Walters to its staff.