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Professor Nagel addresses concerns in Chicago Sun-Times regarding release of police misconduct files

Professor O’Neill explores the meaning of reasonable suspicion

Domestic Violence Clinic wins Illinois State Bar Association’s Excellence in Legal Education Award

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John Marshall holds 201st commencement at iconic Civic Opera House

VLSC wins award for excellence from U.S District Court for the Northern District of Illinois

Professor O’Neill honored by Chicago Bar Association with Meritorious Achievement Award

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

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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."