Monday, February 6, 2017
The Board of Trustees of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has voted to grant tenure to Professors Marc Ginsberg and Hugh Mundy.
Professor Marc Ginsberg (pictured at left) joined the full-time faculty at The John Marshall Law School after a career as a trial and appellate litigator, primarily representing physicians. He was valedictorian of his class and the Lead Articles Editor of the Law Review. He teaches Evidence, Civil Procedure II and Medical Negligence. His scholarship focuses on evidence and medico-legal jurisprudence.
Professor Hugh Mundy (pictured at right) joined the faculty at The John Marshall School after teaching for two years at the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University in Florida, where taught Lawyering Skills and supervised the Criminal Justice Clinic. Before entering academia, Mundy was an assistant federal public defender for eight years working first in the Middle District of Tennessee and then in the Southern District of New York. His work included representing clients charged with a range of offenses, including narcotics, firearms, immigration, federal benefits and internet-based crimes. He also argued multiple appellate cases in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He began his legal career clerking for Judge A. Richard Caputo at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. After completing a one-year term with the judge, he was selected an Equal Justice Works Fellow and worked at the Tennessee Justice Center in Nashville. His primary work focused on litigation to expand services for children under Tennessee's Medicaid program. Professor Mundy teaches Lawyering Skills, Criminal Law, and Evidence.