Dec. 21 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
Kelly Anne Navarro has joined The John Marshall Law School staff as associate director of the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution after 16 years with the Cook County state's attorney's office.
After 16 years as a prosecutor in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, Kelly Navarro (JD ’96) has joined John Marshall Law School’s Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution as its associate director.
Professors and adjunct professors at The John Marshall Law School named top students in their spring and summer 2012 semester classes as the honorees for The CALI Excellence for the Future Awards.
Newly established scholarship honors a remarkable woman and her love of the law school
The John Marshall Law School Alumni Association presented seven students with alumni scholarships. Nicole Chaney, Brian Gorka, Blake Korb, Rebecca Pierce, Joseph Sheahan, Robert White and Amanda Wyzykowski were recognized at the association’s annual meeting June 8, 2012. Each received a $5,000 scholarship.
The John Marshall Law School presented Clinical Professor Susann “Sunny” MacLachlan with the Leadership and Dedicated Pro Bono Service Award at the June 3, 2012, commencement for her outstanding work as director of the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution, and her pro bono work on behalf of animal rights and welfare.
May 4 - Illinois State Bar Association
Professor Susann MacLachlan to moderate ethics panel
Identify the ethics questions and issues that an animal law practitioner may be confronted with in the various scenarios presented throughout this interactive panel presentation.
May 2012 - Chicago Lawyer
The John Marshall Law School is proud of its heritage of delivering diverse, courtroom-ready attorneys to the legal community. Nowhere is this more evident than in its Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution. Led by Professor Susann "Sunny" MacLachlan, the Center is among the school's six clinic-based programs. The law school also offers students the opportunity for hands-on activity in its Fair Housing and Veterans Clinics.
May 2012 - Chicago Lawyer
Professor Susann McLachlan and 2L RaeLeann Smith quoted
"Our school has received a lot of recognition in this area because we have repeatedly won the closing argument portion of the National Animal Law Competitions at Harvard," MacLachlan said.
"I have always been interested in animal law issues and am hoping the [animal law] class will help me to use the law to better advocate for legislation that helps animals," Smith said.
Read more: Even Animals Need Legal Assistance
Cook County Sheriff Thomas Dart visited Professor Susann MacLachlan’s Animal Law class on March 21, 2012.