Ardath Hamann has been actively involved with John Marshall's nationally
recognized moot court program for more than 30 years. As director of Moot Court, she
advises the Moot Court Executive Board and Moot Court Council. She also supervises the
Fred. F. Herzog Moot Court Competition, teaches an advanced advocacy seminar for team
members, and coaches moot court teams. 

Professor Hamann's area of specialization is antitrust law. For six years after
graduation from law school, she was a member of the Antitrust Division of the Illinois
Attorney General's Office, litigating criminal, civil penalty, and civil treble
damage actions in both state and federal courts. In recent years, she has presented
papers on current developments in U.S. antitrust law at conferences in Prague and Brno in
the Czech Republic; she has also conducted training workshops on legal drafting for the
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

Professor Hamann's major outside interest is counseling charitable organizations.
She has advised and served on the boards of a number of religious and educational

Professor Hamann joined the faculty in 1984. She teaches Administrative Law, Antitrust,
Corporations, Estates and Trusts, and Lawyering Skills. 


Should the Inmates Run the Asylum at Moot Court Conference (with Elizabeth Sherowski), Marquette Law School (2014)
How to Write Review-Proof Decisions (with Anthony S. Niedwiecki, Mary Nagel, Joanne Hodge, Jamie Kleppetsch, and Lurene Contento), National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary, 39th Annual Conference (2013)
Introduction to U.S. Legal System (three week course), State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) (2012)
Preparing Moot Court Teams, LWI 13th Biennial Conference (2012)