Mary Squyres (LLM ’94) was a guest lecturer on Oct 18, 2011, discussing “Trademarks and the Internet: A Worldwide Perspective.”
Hon. Thomas Buergenthal was welcomed to The John Marshall Law School as the guest lecturer for the annual Dean Fred F. Herzog Memorial Lecture on Oct. 17, 2011.
The program focused on the prevention, investigation and prosecution of terrorism in the United States, United Kingdom and Israel.
Opportunities to clerk for a judge and intern at a national business are part of the educational offerings at The John Marshall Law School. Internships, externships, clinical experiences and clerkships are available to students each semester.
This summer the law school dedicated its Chinese Intellectual Property (IP) Resource Center (CIPRC), the first of its kind in the nation, and set out a full complement of programs and scholarship initiatives that are helping bridge the U.S. and Chinese IP worlds. The CIPRC provides educational and practical legal resources to American and Chinese IP practitioners.
Legal Writing, Trial Advocacy and Intellectual Property Programs at The John Marshall Law School have earned top specialty rankings from U.S. News & World Report in its Best Graduate Schools 2012 edition.
The magazine has consistently highly ranked John Marshall programs in Legal Writing and Intellectual Property. This year, Trial Advocacy also placed among the top programs in the country.