John Marshall Law Professors Garner Writing Awards For Columns In Chicago Daily Law Bulletin

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Faculty members at The John Marshall Law School have been honored for their opinion pieces.

Faculty members at The John Marshall Law School have been honored for their opinion pieces.

Columns by Professor Ann Lousin focusing on law and public policy issues; William McGrath, acting director of the Center for Intellectual Property Law, focusing on intellectual property issues; and Professor Timothy P. O'Neill focusing on criminal procedure appear in The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

O’Neill, who has been writing a monthly column the past 17 years, received the Herman Kogan Media Award from the Chicago Bar Association for his column “Advice on Death Penalty Suggests Leaving Well Enough Alone.”

The Illinois Press Association recognized McGrath for his column “Should Tweets Get Copyright Protection.” He received a first place award for best legal media coverage, and a third place award for original column.

Lousin received a third place award in best legal media coverage from the Illinois Press Association for her column “How the U.S. Constitution Caused the Civil War.” She also received a certificate of excellence from the Illinois State Historical Society for her columns.

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