Illinois Senate Passes Gratitude in Honor of Ann Lousin
The Illinois State Senate passed a proclamation on May 1 expressing gratitude to Anne M. Lousin of John Marshall Law School for her contributions to the State of Illinois.
Professor Lousin began her career of service to the people of Illinois in the field of constitutional law as a research assistant at The Sixth Illinois Constitutional Convention in 1970. She went on to become staff assistant to The Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives from 1971 to 1975, including being Parliamentarian of the House for the 78th Session of The General Assembly from 1973 to 1975, during which time she helped in the transition to the new Illinois Constitution.
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