The clinic allows students to gain real-world experience by representing clients who have been denied housing because of their age, race, nationality, sex, familial status, disability, sexual orientation or income. The clinic provides free representation to those who may not have access to an attorney, or refers individuals to outside attorneys.
Elaine Vullmahn, MBA, CPA, CIA (JD ’11) published two articles in legal journals in 2010, one during her second year of law school and one at the beginning of her third year.
The John Marshall Law School Alumni Association presented scholarships to students Michael Eisenberg and Victoria Vasilev for the 2011-12 academic year.
After a final round conducted in the Dirksen Federal Courthouse, Danielle Vlcek and Larissa Hachinski were named the winners of The John Marshall Law School 1L Moot Court Competition hosted by the Moot Court Honors Board.
The John Marshall Faculty Activity Report is a comprehensive account of all faculty scholarly activities and publications, presentations, pro bono work, and general service to the legal community.
The John Marshall Law School is set to begin a new JD certificate that will offer degree candidates a specialization in health law. Students can select this certificate beginning in August for the 2011-2012 academic year.