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John Marshall Announces Search For New Dean

IP Director Daryl Lim speaks at International Legal Forum in Russia

Troy Riddle named chief diversity & inclusion officer at John Marshall

Alums Canellis (’96) & Chimera (’84) appointed associate judges for Circuit Court of Cook County

John Marshall’s student body ranked as one of the most diverse in the country

Illinois constitutional law expert Ann Lousin honored for fifth year in a row by ISHS

Professor Lousin discusses potential solutions to Illinois pension problem with the Chicago Tribune

Meredith Martin Addy (’97) made partner at Tabet DiVito & Rothstein LLC

3L Garett Bonk weighs in on job prospects with the Chicago Tribune

Professor Sorkin talks cyber bullying and social media on WGN TV

Professor Mundy tells WBEZ: Statute of limitations are all about balance

Professor O’Neill: Fourth Amendment may have just become a little more affordable

International Human Rights Clinic hosts United Nations Association for conference

Professor Schwinn focuses on right to a remedy for torture, human rights as 2015-2016 Lee Chair

Professor Bethel discusses CHA’s Exemption Payment Standards program in the Chicago Reader

Faculty Activities and Publications | April 2016

Student Anqunette Parham awarded scholarship from Black Women Lawyers’ Association

Professor Nagel tells Chicago Sun-times: Writ of mandamus not likely to work in Lucas museum case

John Marshall professors Kim Chanbonpin, Kevin Hopkins, Mark Wojcik present at Scribes event

Students Veronica Canton and Erick Lopez selected for Intellectual Property Law Institute

Student Ahmad Al Dajani publishes article in The Globe about application of the Montreal Convention

John Marshall's Career Services Office offers 60+ career programs for students seeking jobs.

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Anthony Niedwiecki, Associate Dean for Skills, Experiential Learning, and Assessment

Anthony Niedwiecki

"We are acting on the trends we see in the marketplace and stepping forward to give our students the advantage."