Mallory Littlejohn and Dionte Durham are moving on to the national rounds of the competition in Washington, D.C. March 7 through 11. They are coached by Joselynne Gardner.
Graduates of the Intellectual Property Program at The John Marshall Law School returned to share their insights on job searches.
Judge Patricia Banks of the Circuit Court of Cook County Elder Law and Miscellaneous Remedies Division, visited The John Marshall Law School during a Faculty Works in Progress program Feb. 21, 2012, when Barry Kozak gave the lecture “Can States Go Into a Kid’s Wallet to Pay for Mom and Dad’s Long Term Care Expenses: The Reemergence of Filial Responsibility Laws.”
The John Marshall Law School Louis L. Biro Law Library collected donations as part of the Chicago Association of Law Libraries (CALL) annual food drive.
The Center for Disability and Elder Law (CDEL) presented its Impact Award to Adjunct Professor Kevin Hull and his 13 students from the fall 2011 semester’s Legislative Drafting course for their assistance in writing a bill that is set to make changes on property tax notifications for senior citizens.
Members of the Justice Glenn T. Johnson Chapter of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) at The John Marshall Law School welcomed speaker Illinois Appellate Court Justice P. Scott Neville Jr. for its Black History Month speaker series.