November 01, 2003

Fall 2003
In this issue:

  • Firm’s Early Victory Still Inspires Advocate for Disabled Athletes
  • Court Vacates Death Sentence of Pro Bono Client
  • Mascherin Chair of ABA Death Penalty Representation Project
  • Helping Chicago’s Neediest Find Justice
  • Discrimination Ruling May Have Far-Reaching Effects
  • High Court Case Could Impact Rights of Journalists, Citizens
  • AIDS Walk Washington
  • Layton Honored by Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing
  • Firm Leads Fundraising Drive to Fight Asthma
  • Team Jenner & Block Sprints to the Finish in Race Judicata
  • Firm Helps Vermont Citizens Preserve Right To Make Health Care Choices
  • Victory For Client Seeking Relief from Ineffective Trial Counsel
  • Firm Joins Local Businesses to Encourage Attendance in Public Schools
  • Firm Counsels U.S. Holocaust Museum on Corporate Governance Issues
  • Vault, AmLaw Recognize Jenner & Block as Pro Bono Leader