First-year students of The John Marshall Law School got a different view of the Chicago skyline on Aug. 17, when the Office of Admission wrapped up orientation activities aboard the Mystic Blue.
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A two-day symposium on privacy law at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago will culminate with United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia helping dedicate the Arthur J. Goldberg Memorial Courtroom at noon on Sept. 28, 2012.
When The John Marshall Law School added a new entrance at State Street, four security specialists were added to the staff. Dan Garcia, Errol “Earl” Hibbett, Ali Haleem and Dan Flemming are manning the security desk and performing building patrols, under the direction of Dave Martino, director of Campus Security and Safety.
The Fair Housing Legal Clinic has reached a $15,000 settlement on behalf of a Chicago woman who was denied the right to have her dog, an emotional support animal, live in her apartment. The Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR) ruled the action violated the tenant’s rights under the federal Fair Housing Act.
The Fair Housing Legal Clinic took action in a familial status discrimination case after a local family was regularly excluded from a campground pool and community facilities due to the property’s policies. The Clinic won a $10,000 settlement in the case, and the restrictive rules have been amended.