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The John Marshall Law School

315 South Plymouth Court

Chicago, IL 60604

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The John Marshall Law Review Fall Symposium

Thursday, October 12, 2017
4 PM - 6PM

Opening Remarks

4:00-4:10 p.m. Tess Godhardt, The John Marshall Law Review
Editor-in-Chief

Kerby Kniss, The John Marshall Law Review
Managing Editor

Presentations

4:10 p.m. “Reasonable Doubt: Is it Defined by the Whatever is at the Top of the
Google Search Page?”
Bobby Greene

4:25 p.m. “Charter School Laws in the United States: The Good, The Bad, and Illinois”
Alexandra Verven

4:40 p.m. “Telemedicine in Illinois: Untangling the Complex Legal Threads”
Laura Wibberley

4:55 p.m. “Legal Solutions to When a Political Party National Committee Undermines U.S. Democracy”
John Baglia

10 Min Questions

5:20 p.m. “Reconciling the History of the Hangman’s Noose and its Severity within Hostile Work Environment Claims”
Tess Godhardt

5:35 p.m. “Who is Really Deciding Your Case?” A Path to Restore Judicial Independence and Impartiality after Citizens United”
Anthony Morelli

5:50 p.m. “Uber’s Arbitration Trickery: Mohamed’s Holding, The New Era of Limiting the Scope of Administrative Protection and the Vindication of Rights Doctrine”
Kerby Kniss, The John Marshall Law Review
Managing Editor

Concluding Remarks

6:00 p.m. Kerby Kniss, The John Marshall Law Review

Managing Editor


Featuring food, drinks and a raffle

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