Faculty Activities and Publications

Professor Mark E. Wojcik


Professor Wojcik was elected treasurer of Scribes—The American Society of Legal Writers.  Scribes was founded in 1953 to promote and pay tribute to excellence in legal writing, and its board members include some of the most distinguished names in the field, including Bryan Garner, Darby Dickerson, Richard Wydick, Joseph Kimble and others. The organization has nearly 2,700 members around the world. The John Marshall Law School was an early institutional member of Scribes. At its luncheon in Chicago, Scribes presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.

Professor Wojcik became chair of the International Committee of the American Bar Association Tort, Trial, and Insurance Practice Section (ABA-TIPS).  He previously served as vice chair of that committee.

Professor Wojcik was named as the Liaison Officer between the ABA Section of International Law (ABA-SIL) and the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).  He was previously the publications officer of ABA-SIL and previously chaired several of the international law sections of the AALS.


He submitted a book chapter on “Legislative Attempts to Prohibit the Use of International Law and Islamic Law in U.S. Courts,” which will be published by Ashgate Publishing in a book on Transnational Legal Processes.

He submitted a book chapter on “Networking or Not Working” for a new edition of the Careers in International Law Book being published by the ABA Section of International Law.

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