John Marshall students now will have two more options for gaining real-world experience and for fulfilling experiential learning graduation requirements.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Dec. 13, 2013
The Business Enterprise Law Clinic at The John Marshall Law School gives students experiential learning as they help entrepreneurs develop sound business plans.
Cookcountyil.gov/economic development website Dec. 13, 2013
A block grant from the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development is enabling students in the Business Enterprise Law Clinic (formerly BTEP) at The John Marshall Law School to provide free legal assistance to prospective business. Upon receiving the grant, BELAW Director Michael Schlesinger made the Chicago Southland the focus of the clinic's initiatives.
Neal Gerber Eisenberg Annual December 2013
Corporate attorney and John Marshall graduate Robert Gerber has been a pro bono advocate for years. He now dedicates his time to John Marshall students through the Business Enterprise Law Clinic. See page 3 for his profile.
New York Post, Oct. 7, 2013
A recent study by Michael Schlesinger and his students from the Business Transactions Externship Program at The John Marshall Law School reveals laws vary across the country on pedicab regulations, including in large cities like Chicago and New York.
A block grant from the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development is enabling students at The John Marshall Law School to provide free legal assistance to prospective business owners in the county’s Southland region.
Michael Schlesinger, director of the Business Transations Externship Program (BTEP) at The John Marshall Law School, welcomed three representatives of Illinois Governor Pat Quinn’s Task Force on Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise.
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.
Games are also serious business for Ford, who teaches the Video Game Law seminar this semester. It proved so popular that shortly after registration for the course opened, each slot was filled and Ford had a waiting list. The new course was recently approved by the Faculty Assembly as a permanent part of the John Marshall course catalog.