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Recent Graduate Ana Torres Selected for Prestigious Equal Justice Works Fellowship

Professor Lousin Wins Eighth Consecutive Award from the Illinois State Historical Society

Professor Schwinn Discusses the Constitutionality of Trade Sanctions in China with the Washington Post

IP Director Lim Joins Two Prestigious IP Boards

John Marshall Alumni Association Presents 45th Annual Freedom & Distinguished Service Awards

John Marshall Celebrates 207th Commencement

Professor Lousin Weighs in on Whether Expungement Language in Recreational Marijuana Bill is Unconstitutional

IP Director Lim Participates in “Davos of IP World”

John Marshall’s Intellectual Property and ADR Programs Rated Among Nation’s Best for Third Consecutive Year

Professional Development Fund Sends 35 Students Around the World to Advance Their Professional Goals

John Marshall Hosts 18th Annual Folsom Lecture on International Business and Trade Law

Professor Schwinn Explains Weakness of Proposed Illinois Wage-theft Bill to Chicago Sun-Times

Professor Lousin Talks to the Chicago Tribune about the Importance of Redactions

Philip Johnson Named Secretary of CALL

Professor Schwinn Discusses Possible Release of Mueller Report on Yahoo News

Professor Hopkins Talks to NBC News About Charges Being Dropped in Jussie Smollett Case

Margaret Ryznar and Christoph Henkel Join John Marshall as Visiting Professors

1L Sayra Contreras Awarded Prestigious Peggy Browning Fellowship

Legal Writing Program Ranked in Top 10 for Fifteenth Consecutive Year

Professor Jones Appears on ABC News to Discuss Kim Foxx’s Handling of Jussie Smollett Case

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Dean Darby Dickerson

Dean Darby Dickerson

"I am incredibly honored to lead John Marshall, and I am committed to continuing the school's legacy of innovation, opportunity, and excellence."