Two new staff members are working in the Business Office at The John Marshall Law School.
Wyzykowski spent eight weeks as a summer intern at the Washington, DC, headquarters of AARP, formerly known as the American Association of Retired Persons, a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization for persons 50 years old and older working on quality of life issues for older Americans.
Iveliz Orellano, recipient of the Women’s Bar Foundation scholarship, has done a little bit of everything while at The John Marshall Law School. Orellano accepts the $7,000 scholarship as the only recipient from John Marshall. Now the chief justice of the Moot Court Honors Program, Orellano, a third-year student, has been involved with Latino Law…
The Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) Lincoln Chapter at The John Marshall Law School received five top international awards at the annual Phi Alpha Delta International Convention in August 2012.
The newly appointed members of the John Marshall Trial Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Honors Board are (front row, from left) Sara Ross, associate barrister for trial team management; Joshua Rinker, presiding barrister; Stephanie Jones, associate barrister for ADR team management; and (standing, from left) Eric Wojnicki, vice barrister; Lindsay Ruedig, associate barrister for council development; Erik Hyam, associate barrister for scrimmage team management; Catherine Radostits, associate barrister for event logistics; and Chase Gruszka, associate barrister for recruitment.
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