A judge’s request for students at The John Marshall Law School to handle a federal civil rights case proved to be an extraordinary experience that offered them an inside look into an attorney’s role at trial.
The unveiling of the “Chicago Declaration on the Rights of Older Persons” on July 11 will culminate a two-day international conference focusing on a variety of issues faced by older persons around the world.
Below is the commencement address delivered May 18, 2014, by class valedictorian Elizabeth Winkowski.
The John Marshall Law School has elected three new members to its Board of Trustees. Roger Zamparo, a veteran litigator; Christine Castellano, a Fortune 500 corporate general counsel; and J. Timothy Eaton, recent past president of the Chicago Bar Association (CBA), bring respected and wide-ranging experience to the law school’s board.
The renovation project that greatly expanded facilities and student space at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has been awarded the 2014 Urban Land Institute Chicago Vision Award.
Reports of delays and possible deaths tied to horrendous administration action in the delivery of health care from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs are a stark reminder that veterans deserve better treatment than they are getting. That’s according to Thomas White, the clinical director of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic at The John Marshall Law School.