Milking his clinical law experience for all it’s worth, third-year John Marshall Law School student Marc Nakisher last week became one of only a few students who have argued before the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis.

It was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up. And one he certainly didn’t expect when he signed up to work at John Marshall’s 7-year-old Fair Housing Clinic.

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