Concordia-Chicago business professor admitted to Bar of the Supreme Court
College of Business professor Craig Lusthoff was admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States on October 12, 2011.
Professor Lusthoff traveled to Washington, DC, where he was formally sworn in by Chief Justice John G. Roberts in the courtroom of the US Supreme Court Building. The other eight members of the Supreme Court were also in attendance.
Professor Lusthoff was one of twenty-three attorneys from Illinois admitted on October 12 who will now be allowed to argue cases before the Supreme Court.
Professor Lusthoff teaches courses in business law, business ethics, and managerial economics, among many others. As a licensed attorney at law, he is admitted to the Illinois and Florida bars. Professor Lusthoff has been a member of Concordia’s faculty since 1982. He holds a JD from DePaul University in Chicago, and a BA from Valparaiso University in Indiana.
About the College of Business at Concordia University Chicago
The College of Business at Concordia University Chicago prepares confident, ethical leaders for today’s business world. The College offers a master of business administration (MBA) in accelerated two-year and one-year formats, either in the classroom or online. In addition to a comprehensive MBA, concentrations include accounting, banking and financial institutions, health care, leadership and change management, not-for-profit management, school business management, chief school business official, and sports management.
Bachelor degrees are offered in the areas of accounting, business communications,management, marketing, media arts, music administration, not-for-profit management, sports management, theatre administration and visual arts administration.
Concordia University Chicago is located in River Forest, Illinois, just ten miles west of downtown Chicago. Learn more online at business.cuchicago.edu or call 708-209-3108.