[John Marshall Law School Professors Debra Stark (left) and William Ford (center) welcomed Georgetown Law Professor Adam Levitin (right) on Oct. 20, 2011.] John Marshall Law School Professors Debra Stark (left) and William Ford (center) welcomed Georgetown Law Professor Adam Levitin (right) on Oct. 20, 2011, as the second speaker in the Faculty Scholarship Roundtable Series 2011-2012. He addressed “Mortgage Servicing and the Foreclosure Crisis.”
This lecture will assess who the relevant audiences may be in patent doctrine, whether current doctrines are directed to the appropriate audiences, and what prospective steps could be taken as a result of the potential disconnect between the law and the proper audience.
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.