A lawyer’s integrity and reputation are what will make your career in the legal profession, according to panelists at a program on professionalism and civility in the legal profession presented by the Richard Linn American Inn of Court at a program Nov. 17, 2011, at The John Marshall Law School.
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More than 100 people gathered at the PAD student-alumni reception on Nov. 10.
“How to Get Your First Job as an Attorney,” a program hosted by the Career Services Office, included Christina Faklis and Justice Margaret Frossard (ret.), Tanya Sinclair (JD ’11), Anthony Sam (JD ’11), Lily Escorcia (JD ’11), Shaun Sperling (JD ’10), and third-year Joseph Kearney.
Students at The John Marshall Law School enjoyed the delicious foods of the Middle East at a Nov. 16, 2011, “Peace of the Middle East” dinner hosted by the Middle Eastern Law Students Association and Decalogue Society.
More than a dozen international IP LLM students at The John Marshall Law School spent a day at the Deerfield, Ill., headquarters of Baxter, an international pharmaceuticals company, listening to presentations by the company’s intellectual property attorneys.