Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - August 12, 2014
Brian Clauss, executive director of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic (VLSC) is praising the American Bar Association for advocating the spread of similar clinics across the U.S. at its annual meeting last week.
The 197th: A Spotlight on Our Graduates The John Marshall Law School is hosting its 197th commencement exercises May 18, 2014. As part of its celebration, the law school is highlighting graduating students, their stories and successes. Marcos Resendiz was working on the free legal advice desk at Chicago’s Daley Center, through the Pro Bono…
Times of Northwest Indiana - April 4, 2014
John Marshall student Joe Wagner and his fiance win a dream wedding on daytime television.
On Nov. 11, the United States honored its men and women who have sacrificed in service for its freedom. This Veterans Day, the Chicago Bulls will salute those heroes, as well as the students and staff at The John Marshall Law School who serve them. At its Veterans Day game, the Bulls recognized John Marshall’s…
Well wishers including the director of the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 26, 2013, for the official opening of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic.
WBBM Newsradio, Sept. 26, 2013
The John Marshall Law School's Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic welcomed supporters Thursday to mark the opening of its new space.
A Sept. 26 ribbon-cutting ceremony will have The John Marshall Law School showing off its newly renovated space in downtown Chicago for its nationally recognized Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Aug. 26, 2013
The John Marshall Law School hosts a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic on Sept. 26, 2013.
Aug. 5 - Digital Journal
The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, a leader in online legal education, will offer its first massive open online course (MOOC) focusing on military law beginning August 15, 2013.
July 5 - Chicago Tribune
The clinic, which functions as a training ground for law students while providing free legal aid to veterans, is the first nonmedical facility in Chicago to be designed around the theory that environments can soothe or trigger PTSD symptoms.
"You have to look at the design through that filter," Harrell said in an interview at the clinic, which opened its new doors in May. "When we design using PTSD as a filter, you can see the areas that you have to alter because they might create a sense of discomfort and stress."