Serving first as the U.S Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) solicitor and now as the acting chief judge of its Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), the Honorable Nathan Kelley has had the rare opportunity to lead two important arms of the USPTO. On April 5, he will share insights and observations gained from both roles at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
Ken Adamo, a partner in the intellectual property (IP) group at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, will speak about recent changes in U.S. International Trade Commission law at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago on March 23, 2016.
The John Marshall Law School in Chicago again has been named the national champion at the National Animal Law Competition (NALC) on Feb. 21. John Marshall took first place for the second year in a row in the Advocacy Closing Argument Competition of the 13th NALC held at Harvard Law School.
Professor Cecil Hunt of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has been named Author-in-Residence at St. John's University School of Law.
Professor Daryl Lim, director of the Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law at The John Marshall Law School, has been invited to speak at the Next Generation of Antitrust Scholars Conference at New York University School of Law. His submission was selected through a competitive process by a panel of senior antitrust scholars.
Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Rita B. Garman will deliver the keynote address of the January commencement of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
Timothy P. O'Neill, a professor at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago for more than 33 years, has been named an alternate to the Illinois Torture Inquiry and Relief Commission.
Two of the world's most respected experts in intellectual property and antitrust law will discuss the most pressing issues affecting the intersection of the two fields on Nov. 13, at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
The John Marshall Law School in Chicago is the only law school in Illinois—and one of the only law schools in the country—to offer spring enrollment for incoming students
The accomplishments of four graduates from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago have been highlighted in the 2015 edition of "40 Illinois Attorneys Under Forty to Watch."
A number of U.S. states do not include protections against sexual orientation discrimination in their rules of professional conduct governing attorneys. That's according to research conducted by Kevin Raasch, a June 2015 graduate of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, whose work won him a selective writing competition hosted by the International Association of LGBT Judges.
The Domestic Violence Clinical Advocacy Program (DVCAP) at The John Marshall Law School is urging domestic relations courts throughout Illinois, including Cook County, to implement a program that helps protect children from exposure to domestic violence in divorce and order of protection cases.
John Marshall Law School Associate Professor Kim D. Chanbonpin will lead the law school's nationally ranked legal writing program, as the new director of the school's Lawyering Skills Program.
Understanding the law is not just for lawyers anymore. More non-attorney professionals across a variety of industries - from tech start-ups to accounting and financial planning firms - need to understand and address the base legal issues impacting their day-to-day business operations.
The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has named veteran fundraising executive John Bergholz as executive director of the school's Office of Alumni Relations & Development.
Manpreet Teji, a rising 2L at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, has been awarded the 2015 Indian American Bar Association of Chicago Foundation Public Interest Summer Fellowship.
The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has been named an "LGBT-Friendly Law School" by the American Bar Association (ABA).
Six members of the Class of 2015 from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago have been selected to be members of the National Order of Scribes based on their excellence in legal writing.
The John Marshall Law School has been awarded a grant from the City of Chicago to expand its work in helping mentor students in Chicago Public Schools and keep them out of gangs.
Steve Eubank, a graduate of The John Marshall Law School's Employee Benefits LLM program, has been honored by the Chicago Bar Association as being among the best graduate law students in the city.
Bryan Cowan, a graduate of The John Marshall Law School, has been honored as among the Chicago area's best tax LLM law students.
The American Bar Association now allows law school students to take up to 15 credit hours of online law courses toward their J.D. The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, a pioneer in legal distance education, offers more than 50 ABA-accredited law courses to law school students.
The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has one of the best trial advocacy programs in the nation. That's according to the 2016 U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools, which ranked John Marshall's trial advocacy program No. 16.
The practical training law students receive at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has been deemed among the best in the country by The National Jurist magazine. John Marshall earned an A- from the publication that is followed by current and future law students, law educators and the legal community.
New enrollment figures show that John Marshall has enrolled an average of a dozen veteran law students a year over the last three years. The veterans who enroll at John Marshall say they chose the law school for its hand-on workload and the school's understanding of a veteran's specific skillsets and learning requirements.
Nationally acclaimed human rights attorney Bryan Stevenson will deliver the keynote address of the January commencement of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
The John Marshall Law School and Elmhurst College have established joint academic programs in law and business that will enable students to earn advanced degrees in a significantly shorter period of time, in fields that will give graduates the advantages of versatility and in-depth knowledge in a continually evolving job market.
Today, Human Rights Day should be when the United Nations starts righting the wrongs done to hundreds of thousands of Haitian cholera victims who have been deprived of justice by the international organization. That's according to the International Human Rights Clinic at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
The revelations in the CIA's torture report released today are disturbing but extremely important for the American and international public to learn. That's according to Professor Sarah Dávila-Ruhaak, director of the International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
The United Nations must stop refusing to provide remedies to the victims of Haiti's destructive cholera epidemic. That plea comes from The John Marshall Law School International Human Rights Clinic, whose leaders say that denying proper redress is a violation of the human rights of Haitian victims.