Professor Susan Brody
She presented with Professor Julie Spanbauer on “Infusing Cultural Narratives into a Time of Change in Legal Education” at the 2014 SALT Teaching Conference on Oct. 10.
Professor Maureen Collins
Her comments on an Indiana attorney who faced sanctions for refusing to wear socks in court were published in numerous international and domestic publications, including USA Today and The Daily Mail.
Professor William Ford
Ford’s comments — regarding an appellate case brought by former NFL players over the use of their likenesses in video games — were featured in GamePolitics, the online publication of the Entertainment Consumers Association.
Professor Marc Ginsberg
His recent paper, “Informed Consent And The Differential Diagnosis: How The Law Overestimates Patient Autonomy And Compromises Health Care,” will be published by the Wayne Law Review of Wayne State University Law School.
He has been invited to participate as a guest blogger for HealthLawProf Blog, starting in November.
Professor Samuel V. Jones
He has been named to the selection committee to choose the next superintendent/executive director of the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center.
He also was invited by Northwestern University School of Law to serve as a Visiting Scholar for the Spring 2015 semester.
Professor Daryl Lim
He has been listed as one of 24 nominees from around the world being considered for the a list of top 10 academics in antitrust law.
His article, “Standard Essential Patents, Trolls and the Smartphone Wars: Triangulating the End Game,” also was recently listed among the top 10 downloads from the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), in multiple categories, including those for antitrust law, intellectual property law, and young scholars. It will be published by the Penn State Law Review.
Professor Ann Lousin
Her column on the life of Francis Scott Key in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin drew praise not only from several alums, but also colleagues within the legal community.
She will be featured in an upcoming documentary video produced by the Law Bulletin on the publication’s 160-year anniversary.
She spoke with WLS-TV (ABC 7) about the appeal of the terms limits case in the Illinois Supreme Court.
Professor Hugh Mundy
He provided comment to the Chicago Sun-Times on whether attorney-client privilege should apply to a recording of a defendant and his attorney in a prominent manslaughter case.
His article on the alleged innocence of a man convicted of rape will be published in the Boston College Journal of Law and Social Justice.
He presented on “Integrating Skills in the First Year Curriculum: Risks, Rewards and Outcomes” at the 2014 SALT Teaching Conference on Oct. 10.
Director Michael Schlesinger
Business Enterprise Law Clinic
He was a featured speaker at the City of Chicago’s 2014 Small Business Entrepreneur Expo on Oct. 3.
Professor Steven Schwinn
His provided comments regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to take up gay marriage cases to The Hill, the Indianapolis Star, The Salt Lake Tribune, WBEZ, Arise TV and more.
Professor Michael Seng
He was highlighted in the September issue of Chicago Lawyer for his extensive contributions to the Chicago community’s pro bono work.
Professor Julie Spanbauer
She has been appointed Director of Faculty Affairs at John Marshall.
She presented with Professor Susan Brody on “Infusing Cultural Narratives into a Time of Change in Legal Education” at the 2014 SALT Teaching Conference on Oct. 10.
Adjunct Professor Ray McKoski
On Sept. 26, Judge McKoski presented a paper on judicial disqualification at a symposium sponsored by the Birmingham City University School of Law and the Modern Law Review in Birmingham, England.