Joel R. Cornwell
The John Marshall Law School
315 South Plymouth Court
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Office: Room 1127
Office Hours: Thurs. 3:30-6 p.m. (Spring 2012)
BA, Duquesne University
MDiv, Yale University
JD, Saint Louis University
MLA, University of Chicago
Having cultivated an interest in analytical philosophy during his undergraduate and graduate studies, Joel Cornwell has focused his legal scholarship on issues of law and language. He formerly served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Moses W. Harrison, former Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court, who was then sitting on the Illinois Appellate Court, Fifth District.
Professor Cornwell joined the faculty in 1985. He teaches Lawyering Skills, Property, Philosophy of Law, Psychology and the Law, and Religion and the Law.
Panelist: Discussion on Gun Control, JMLS Federalist Society (February 2013)
Speaker: John Marshall Faculty Works-in-Progress Series (CLE) (March 2012)
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