A team from Barry University’s Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in Florida was named the national winner at the 2012 National Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy Competition. Second place winners represented Harvard Law School.
Will Hansen (JD ‘05/LLM ’06) returned to The John Marshall Law School as a guest speaker for the Career Services Office discussing “Jobs on Capitol Hill.”
John Antia will extern at the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago (LAFMC) in the summer of 2012 under the Public Interest Law Initiative grant.
Students at The John Marshall Law School kicked off Diversity Week with a cultural dinner on March 26, 2012. Ethnic foods were served, and a panel addressing the importance of diversity in the legal profession was held.
Fagrelius created “The Insect,” using balsa wood coated in epoxy after experimenting with different material to optimize the quality and validity of his device.
On April 9, 2012, The John Marshall Law School presented “Patents and the Public Health: Intellectual Property Lawyers at the Crossroads, An International Perspective.”