The John Marshall Law School presented Clinical Professor Susann “Sunny” MacLachlan with the Leadership and Dedicated Pro Bono Service Award at the June 3, 2012, commencement for her outstanding work as director of the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution, and her pro bono work on behalf of animal rights and welfare.
Class valedictorian Patrick Wood shared his personal story with classmates.
Student Ambassador Award winners were Josué Barba, Bettina Stafford and Svetlana Gittman. Not pictured is Jason Allen.
Professor Ann M. Lousin was honored at the June 3 commencement with the Leadership and Dedicated Service Award for her contributions during the past 40 years to The John Marshall Law School, the State of Illinois, the legal profession and the community.
The John Marshall Faculty Activity Report is a comprehensive account of all faculty scholarly activities and publications, presentations, pro bono work, and general service to the legal community.
Three separate initiatives at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago are getting federal HUD dollars to help continue work that fights housing discrimination and predatory lending, and trains new attorneys and future community leaders in fair housing law.