John Marshall Law Has Its First Skadden Fellow

From en pointe to public interest law, grad beat odds.

, The National Law Journal


When the Skadden Foundation named its 2014 class of Skadden fellows in early December, no one was more surprised to earn a spot in the prestigious public interest law program than Sarah Hess. She is the first student from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago selected as a Skadden fellow — and the first from an unranked law school thus honored since 2010.

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