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.
To meet the demands of a highly competitive legal marketplace, students are getting advanced training in law practice technology with the use of iPads, video cameras and the addition of a third state-of-the-art courtroom.
Professor Anthony Niedwiecki, director of the Lawyering Skills Program, has been named president-elect of the Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD). The AWLD is comprised of more than 200 lawyers from the United States, Canada and Australia.
A law school degree can open many doors, but for John Marshall Law School graduate Nathan Grzegorek (’11) the door just happens to be many miles away and across the Atlantic Ocean.