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John H. Scheid

John H. Scheid Professor Emeritus
The John Marshall Law School
315 S. Plymouth Court
Chicago, Illinois 60604

AB, Loyola University
JD, Loyola University
LLM, New York University

Upon his graduation from law school, John H. Scheid practiced in the offices of Louis G. Davidson and, later, in the offices of Herbert L. Caplan, concentrating in trial and appellate practice. He began tJohn Marshall's National Moot Court Competition and the intramural moot court program, now known as the Herzog Competition.

In 1995, Professor Scheid initiated an exchange program of visiting scholars with Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. He lectures throughout the year to new lawyers on various aspects of residential real estate transactions, and every other year he travels to Ireland, where he lectures on American Medical Malpractice Law to Irish physicians and barristers at Trinity Law School. He recently participated in an intercontinental (Africa, Europe, America) seminar on current medical malpractice issues. His article, "Down Labyrinthine Ways: A Recording Acts Guide for First Year Law Students," appeared in the University of Detroit Mercy Law Review in 2002.

Professor Scheid began teaching at John Marshall as an adjunct professor in 1965, and joined the faculty full-time in 1967. He teaches Philosophy of Law, Real Estate Transactions, and Torts.

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