Sunday, June 5, 2011

Accepting Applications For LLM / MS Degree Programs

Whether you want to gain experience with technological tools that law practice and business relay on, develop substantive expertise in the technology and privacy issues facing lawyers and clients today, or create a client development plan that maximizes the use of technology for specific practice settings, we can design a course track that will meet your needs and career trajectory.

For more information visit our main website. To apply online click here.


Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Accepting Applications For LLM / MS Degree Programs


No matter what type of law you are interested in or what direction your career may take, you and your clients will be confronted with issues involving technology and privacy every day. John Marshall’s Center for Information Technology and Privacy Law offers a variety of courses that can help you develop the knowledge and the sought-after skills to compete in the job market.

Spring 2010 IT & Privacy classes include:
IT 803 – Computers and the Law (2 credits).

IT 855 – International Privacy Protections: Transborder Data Flow (2 credits).

IT 812 – Ethical Use of Technology in Practice A.K.A The Professional Responsibilities of a Technological Law Practice (2 credits).

LAW 161/IT 881 – IT Drafting: Information Technology Law/Representing the Technology Client (2 credits).

IT 815 – High Technology Litigation (2 credits).

IT 880(F) – Current Topics in IT Law: Corporate Privacy (2 credits).

IT 881(F) – Current Topics in IT Law: Medical identity Theft (1 credit).
If you would like more information about admission to the LLM / MS programs or registering for these courses, please contact us at or (312) 987-1419 as soon as possible.

Project Honey Pot's 1 Billionth Spam

Stop Spam Harvesters, Join Project Honey Pot

Adjunct Professor Matthew Prince, developer of Project Honey Pot and CEO of Unspam Technologies, logged Project Honey Pot's billionth email spam message on Wednesday, December 9, 2009 at 06:20 (GMT)

The billionth message was a United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phishing scam. The spamtrap address to which the message was sent was originally harvested on November 4, 2007 by a particularly nasty harvester responsible for 53,022,293 other spam messages that have been received by Project Honey Pot.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Adjunct Faculty Matthew Prince Profiled in The Trinity Reporter

Matthew Prince, a member of our adjunct faculty at the Center for Information Technology and Privacy Law! Aptly described as "When a Renaissance man meets the Internet," Matthew is profiled in the Fall issue of The Trinity Reporter, the alumni magazine for Trinity College.

To view the full profile, visit

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Advisory Board member and alumnus John Bace quoted in recent e-discovery article

EDD Providers Adapt to a Down Economy

By Jason Krause
Special to
October 12, 2009

There's an unusual dichotomy in the e-discovery industry right now. Industry observers see scores of e-discovery companies that have folded or disappeared as part of an industry shakeout, but at the same time there is agreement that there is still a growing opportunity to be had despite a slow economy.
In addition to controlling technology decisions to their benefit, lawyers are learning the art of project management. "There are two things they don't teach in law school; project management and collaboration," says John Bace, research vice president of Gartner. "I talk to clients who stick with vendors who are technically inept so long as they're great project managers. The only way to control costs is to manage all phases of discovery."

Professor Mark Wojcik Nominated as Chair-Elect of the AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research

Congratulations to Professor Wojcik, who was recently nominated by the Association of American Law Schools' Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research for the 2010 Section office of Chair-elect.

"Mark E. Wojcik (The John Marshall Law School--Chicago) is the nominee for Chair-elect. He is currently serving as Section Secretary. Mark has been in legal academia since 1992 and has wide experience across AALS Sections, legal writing organizations, and ABA sections. His collaboration with people from many sectors of legal education well-positions him to assist incoming Chair Martha Pagliari in managing the business of the Section..."

The full article is available here:

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Adjunct Faculty Patrick Zeller Featured in the Chicago Law Bulletin

Congrats to Patrick Zeller, a member of our adjunct faculty here at the Center for Information Technology and Privacy Law! Patrick is featured in the Oct. 2 issue of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

To view the full story, “How a lawyer became ‘the computer guy’,” visit