Professors from John Marshall have been honored for their writing with accolades from journalism and civic organizations. William McGrath, Timothy P. O’Neill and Ann Lousin all have been honored by organizations that recognize the best writing and journalism work throughout Chicago and the state. McGrath won a 2015 Lisagor Award from the Chicago Headline Club…
John Marshall students brought home major wins in Moot Court and Trial Advocacy competitions this past semester. John Marshall was named national champion at the National Animal Law Competition (NALC) March 1, 2015. John Marshall took first place in the Advocacy Closing Argument Competition of the 12th NALC held at Harvard Law School. Second-year law…
John Marshall is the only school in Illinois to be ranked in the top 20 nationally for its legal writing, trial advocacy and intellectual property (IP) law programs in the 2016 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools. John Marshall is the top Illinois law school on the legal writing list, and is one…
The role and application of intellectual property (IP) law is rapidly changing in today’s global and digital marketplace. Practicing in the growing area of law now requires a higher level of specialized knowledge and skills to compete in the legal marketplace. Recent graduates earning LLM degrees from the nationally ranked IP program at The John…
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - April 22, 2015
Adjunct Professor William T. McGrath discusses a recent lawsuit involving an artist who alleges Nike used his photograph of Michael Jordan for promotional purposes and has therefore infringed his copyright.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - April 29, 2015
Professor Doris Long explains the concept of creative theft and how it is impacting intellectual property rights.
Slate - April 24, 2015
Professor Daryl Lim comments on why the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal failed.
Reuters - April 9, 2015
John Marshall alums Joseph Klocke and Ross Hersemann weigh in on why getting their LLM degrees in intellectual property law gave them an edge in a competitive job market.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - April 1, 2015
Professor Doris Long discusses the difficulty in securing trademarks for legal fringe products, such as medical marijuana, and why going with a geographic indication (GI) might be a better route.
CNBC - Mar. 20, 2015
John Marshall professor Daryl Lim's book, "Patent Misuse and Antiturst: Empirical, Doctrinal and Policy Perspectives," was recently lauded in leading publications focusing on competition, or antitrust law.