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  • James Hopkins | School of Law | SIU
    Curriculum Clinics Centers Programs Field Experiences Journals Semester Information Rules Honor Code Career Services Prospective Students Information for Employers Current Students Information for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Adjunct Faculty James Hopkins Share this page James Hopkins Adjunct Professor of Law James Hopkins has been a member of the law firm of Machicao and Associates in Marion Illinois since 1993 He also served as city attorney for Creal Springs Illinois from 1994 to 1999 He holds a B A degree from Fort Hays State University in Kansas and a J D degree from Washburn University School of Law in Topeka Kansas e mail siufamlaw gmail com Courses 540 Family Law 521 Pre Trial Advocacy Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Adjunct Faculty Valery Behan Jason Caraway Christine Chance Erica Nichols Cook Melissa Day Dana Frazier Shawn Grindstaff Patricia Hoke James Hopkins Thomas Leggans Michele Mekel Thomas E Margolis George A Norwood Robert Patino Marsha Ryan William Sherwood Diane Speir Sarah Taylor Julie Thompson Timothy Ting Wenona Whitfield Faculty By Expertise Faculty Blogs Faculty

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  • Christine Chance | School of Law | SIU
    Information for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Adjunct Faculty Christine Chance Share this page Christine Chance Adjunct Professor of Law Christine Chance was born in Hammond Indiana in 1968 and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1993 the Florida Bar in 1995 and the Georgia Bar in 2001 She was educated at Southern Illinois University B S 1990 and DePaul University College of Law in Chicago IL J D 1993 Before joining Wilber and Associates Christine practiced in a downtown Chicago law firm and spent the previous nine years litigating heavy equipment defense and subrogation cases She has served as a speaker for the National Trucking and Heavy Equipment Claims Council and various Claims Associations on subrogation and recovery matters e mail crchance frontier com Courses 556 Insurance Law 537 Trial Advocacy Lab Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Adjunct Faculty Valery Behan Jason Caraway Christine Chance Erica Nichols Cook Melissa Day Dana Frazier Shawn Grindstaff Patricia Hoke James Hopkins Thomas Leggans Michele Mekel Thomas E Margolis George A Norwood Robert Patino

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  • Ryan Holte | School of Law | SIU
    and he is a widely published author in IP subjects His most recent articles focus on patent related topics with particular focus on patent assertion entities or patent trolls equitable remedies in patent litigation and empirical legal studies Professor Holte is the recipient of two non resident Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowships from the George Mason University School of Law to support research and writing on IP topics His current works in progress include three empirical studies of patent litigation subjects At the School of Law Professor Holte teaches Property Law I II Intellectual Property Survey and Patent Law He also serves on the Faculty IP Committee the IP Alumni Board and as an advisor to the SIU IP Law Society Professor Holte speaks worldwide on IP subjects in addition to serving Southern Illinois as an advisor to a variety of small businesses and local economic development centers regarding IP law and policy issues Prior to joining the SIU School of Law faculty Professor Holte practiced as a litigation attorney at the United States Federal Trade Commission an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group at the Jones Day law firm and a patent prosecutor at the Finnegan law firm Prior to practice he served as a law clerk to Judge Stanley F Birch Jr of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and as a law clerk to Judge Loren A Smith of the United States Court of Federal Claims Before law school Professor Holte owned a car dealership in the San Francisco Bay Area specializing in biodiesel vehicles and worked as an engineer for Agilent Technologies Hewlett Packard in Sonoma County California Professor Holte received his JD from the University of California Davis School of Law where he served as a staff editor of the UC

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  • Robert Patino | School of Law | SIU
    Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Adjunct Faculty Robert Patino Share this page Robert Patino Adjunct Professor of Law Robert Patino has been the Director of Technology Transfer for the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine since 2006 In that position he directs an office that analyzes technology disclosures bundles meritorious technology packages in an intellectual property portfolio and out licenses those rights to industry partners for commercial development He previously worked for Andersen Consulting now Accenture as an analyst and for Greer Burns and Crain Ltd as a patent agent before opening his own law practice in Springfield Illinois Mr Patino holds a B S in Chemical Engineering from the University of Iowa and a J D from DePaul University He founded the Innovation Viability Network in Springfield is the co chair of the Licensing Executive Society St Louis Chapter leads the Small Office Technology Transfer Practice Manual Chapter for the Association of University Technology Managers and is the treasurer of the Illinois Government Bar Association e mail rpatino siumed edu Classes 633 Intellectual Property and Commercialization Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Adjunct Faculty Valery Behan Jason Caraway Christine Chance Erica Nichols

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  • Alice M. Noble-Allgire | School of Law | SIU
    former career She began working for United Press International in 1980 while completing her B S degree at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville She served in a number of reporting and editorial positions including Iowa State Editor before she left the wire service in 1985 to join the Seattle Post Intelligencer While in Seattle she won several writing honors including state and regional awards for a series on school desegregation Professor Noble Allgire attended law school at Southern Illinois University where she served as editor in chief of the Southern Illinois University Law Journal She earned her J D summa cum laude in 1990 and clerked for United States District Court Judge James L Foreman for five years before beginning her full time teaching career She assisted Judge Foreman in preparing opinions for the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit as well as for the judge s work on the district court Professor Noble Allgire s teaching interests include Property Trusts and Estates Women in Leadership and Race Gender and Sexual Orientation as well as supervising the Judicial Extern Clinic She received the Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award in 1996 97 and 2006 07 as well as the Faculty Staff Senior Class Award in 1998 and 2000 She was listed as one of the Ten Best Law Professors in Illinois by Chicago Lawyer magazine in January 2006 She is co author of the third edition of the Property and Lawyering textbook West 2010 and has published law review articles on real estate law property rights diversity issues civil procedure and law school pedagogy Professor Noble Allgire is an associate editor of the American Bar Association s Probate and Property magazine and a member of the American Law Institute She is currently serving as a co reporter on

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  • Valerie Munson | School of Law | SIU
    Philadelphia for 25 years where she was a partner in the firm of Eckert Seamans Cherin and Mellott and the founder and chair of its Religion and Law Practice Group She holds a J D from Rutgers School of Law Camden where she was Symposium Editor of the Rutgers Law Journal and organized and edited a one volume issue on international terrorism She also holds a graduate diploma in nineteenth century literature from the Université de Paris Sorbonne Professor Munson received her B A in Secondary Education from Augustana College in Rock Island Ill Before coming to SIU Professor Munson spent several years at the University of St Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis where she was the assistant director of the Terrence J Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought Law and Public Policy taught Nonprofit Organizations and Wills Trusts and Estates and also supervised upper level student writing projects Her private practice experience included commercial antitrust securities and First Amendment litigation Her later years of practice focused on issues at the intersection of religion and law and the representation of religious organizations both large and small She has served as legal consultant and expert on church law issues including church

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  • Joanna Wells | School of Law | SIU
    to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Law Faculty Joanna Wells Share this page Joanna Wells Clinical Assistant Professor Office Lesar Law Building Room 177B Phone 618 536 8313 e mail jwells siu edu Joanna Wells earned a B S degree cum laude from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and her J D degree magna cum laude from Southern Illinois University School of Law In between she worked in radio in Miami and Chicago and spent 16 years as a casework supervisor and caseworker for the Illinois Department of Public Aid After law school she served two years as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable J Phil Gilbert of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois Following that she worked in private practice in a wide variety of legal areas including bankruptcy commercial law and personal injury law Most recently she spent six years representing parents and serving as guardian ad litem to children in neglect and abuse cases in Williamson County Illinois in addition to operating a solo practice concentrating primarily on family law That most recent experience ignited a

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  • Sue Liemer | School of Law | SIU
    Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Faculty Breadcrumb Navigation Home Our People Faculty Law Faculty Sue Liemer Share this page Sue Liemer Professor of Law and Director of Lawyering Skills Office Lesar Law Building Room 232 Phone 618 453 8648 e mail sliemer siu edu Professor Sue Liemer received a B A degree in comparative literature from Princeton University and a J D degree from the University of Virginia In between she worked as a writer in the world of advertising and marketing After law school she served as counsel to the state of Connecticut s Freedom of Information Commission Her law practice included administrative agency hearings and appellate court proceedings as well as liaison work with the public state and municipal employees the press and the legislature Before coming to SIU Professor Liemer taught at Western New England College School of Law and the University of Mississippi School of Law She served as president of the Association of Legal Writing Directors in 1999 2000 and she previously served on the Board of Directors of the Legal Writing Institute Her scholarship interests include both legal writing and art

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