“From Foreclosure to Fair Lending: Advocacy, Organizing, and the Pursuit of Equitable Access to Credit” is the topic of the Sept. 7 and 8, 2012, conference presented by The John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Support Center with George Washington University Department of Sociology and the Poverty & Race Research Action Council.
“Patent Appeal System in China” is the focus of the 2nd Chinese Intellectual Property Forum hosted Aug. 24, 2012, by the Chinese Intellectual Property Resource Center at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
John Marshall Law School Dean John E. Corkery (right) presented a certificate of completion to Xu Hong, the leader of the Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute, following his week of study as part of the Chinese Intellectual Property Resource Center. Xu and seven others from the institute in Shanghai, China, attended classes and met with IP specialists during a week in Chicago before traveling to Washington, DC, for a visit to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and a stop in New York City.
Cristina Headley, a 2011 graduate of The John Marshall Law School, is working at the Fair Housing Legal Clinic as its newest attorney fellow. She will be working with students and staff through May 2013.
A summer opportunity doing research at the Office of the Legal Counsel at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in Washington, DC, has given Lyndsey Stults a look at a possible career path.
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