Republican Attempts to Change Illinois' Map Have Tough Time Ahead

Posted July 20, 2011 by

Professor Ann Lousin of The John Marshall Law School argues members of Illinois’ Republican Party “are going to have a tough row to hoe” as they fight the state’s new map outlining Congressional and legislative districts in federal court.

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Faculty Activity and Publications

Posted July 17, 2011 by

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.

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Workplace Discrimination and Its Solutions Outlined at Program

Posted July 17, 2011 by
Workplace Discrimination and Its Solutions Outlined at Program

John Marshall Law School Associate Dean Rory Smith (left) welcomes panelists (from second, left) Joyce Tucker (JD ’78), vice president for Diversity at Boeing Co.; Stephanie Kelly, employment and labor partner at Little Middleton; Chanté Spann, associate director of Career Services at The John Marshall Law School; George Karattuveetil, president of Accent HR; and Jessica…

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Justice Ann Williams Addresses 14th Amendment Issues

Posted July 17, 2011 by
Justice Ann Williams Addresses 14th Amendment Issues

U.S. Court of Appeals Justice Ann Williams addresses an audience at The John Marshall Law School on Tuesday, July 12, during a discussion on the U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment and its implementation. Justice Williams spoke at a program that marked the presentation of the exhibit “Marching Toward Justice” which follows history from slavery through the…

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Free Legal Clinic Offers Advice to Those Facing Housing Discrimination

Posted July 17, 2011 by
Free Legal Clinic Offers Advice to Those Facing Housing Discrimination

The clinic allows students to gain real-world experience by representing clients who have been denied housing because of their age, race, nationality, sex, familial status, disability, sexual orientation or income. The clinic provides free representation to those who may not have access to an attorney, or refers individuals to outside attorneys.

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Elaine Vullmahn Publishes 2 Articles Before Graduation

Posted July 8, 2011 by
Elaine Vullmahn Publishes 2 Articles Before Graduation

Elaine Vullmahn, MBA, CPA, CIA (JD ’11) published two articles in legal journals in 2010, one during her second year of law school and one at the beginning of her third year.

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