James Gentile is better prepared for his future work in elder law thanks to an AT&T Scholarship.
The John Marshall Law School Review of Intellectual Property Law (RIPL) hosted its 3rd annual Intellectual Property Law Symposium on April 19, 2012, which focused on emerging issues in Chinese intellectual property law.
The new Student Commons officially opened to students on Monday, April 23, 2012. The former Walgreen’s Store has been converted to a student space with a small cafeteria. To celebrate, students were invited to enjoy treats available throughout the day.
Thomas Sykes (left) of Greenberg Traurig LLP was introduced by Professor Malcolm Morris as the April 18 luncheon speaker for the Center for Tax Law and Employee Benefits Program “The IRS’s Revised Position on Employer-Provided and Supported Cell Phones.”
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Melamed and Sexton were guests at the Center for International Business Law’s “Derivatives: The Changing Legal and Compliance Landscape” program. He was one of more than a dozen speakers at the all-day program on April 17, 2012.