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21 of the 22 Nazi leaders accused of crimes against peace, war crimes, and crimes against humanity during the World War II listen to the prosecution 01 October 1946 at the Nuremberg court. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)

Last Surviving Nuremburg Trials Prosecutor To Talk With Chicago Law Students

The last surviving prosecutor from the Nuremberg Trials will be in Chicago Monday, telling law students how to avoid future wars, reports WBBM’s Nancy Harty.

04/13/2014

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John Marshall Law School Expanding Veterans’ Clinic Offices Downtown

A ribbon-cutting was being held downtown on Thursday for a more spacious legal clinic for military veterans.

09/26/2013

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Many Downtown Colleges Canceling Classes During NATO Summit

Thousands of Chicago college students will get a real-life lesson in tight security during the NATO summit in less than two weeks. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports some students will be locked out of their downtown campuses during the summit.

CBS 2–05/07/2012

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Suits: Law Schools Misrepresented Graduates’ Success In Finding Jobs

Three Chicago area law schools are being sued, on claims that they misrepresented the number of students who were hired for full-time jobs requiring a law degree after graduation.

CBS Chicago–02/02/2012