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Stratosphere, Troposphere, Whatever - Looking Back at Oral Argument in Massachusetts v. EPA (2007)
The Court seemed divided along predictable lines during oral arguments in the headlining case about the powers of the Environmental Protection Agency
The death penalty is considered cruel and unusual punishment for people who are mentally retarded. But what tests decide who is mentally retarded?
Contractor employees are covered by whistleblower protections, the Supreme Court ruled this week
Last week's audio from oral argument now available on Oyez
Learn what the Court's refusal to consider three gun rights cases means - and what could be next for the Second Amendment
Court grants five cases for next Term
After last week's video incident, security is tighter at the Court this week
Following closely on the heels of the opera Scalia/Ginsburg comes a theatrical exploration of Scalia's opinions
"Chicago-Kent is a great law school. Now, there are many great schools, but very few of them are situated in great cities — and Chicago is a great city, full of opportunities for lawyers and law students."
The Honorable Ilana Diamond Rovner '66
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Learn more...
IIT Chicago-Kent Voices:
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1L Your Way at Chicago-Kent
The 1L Your Way program is an optional early specialization track that introduces flexibility into the first-year curriculum. Students who choose to participate in 1L Your Way defer the required first-year course Legislation to the second year in favor of taking either an approved, upper-division elective course or a unique clinical rotation course.
Student Voices, Part 1
Students talk about studying law at IIT Chicago-Kent, their professors and peers, and gaining practical experience while in school.
Student Voices, Part 2
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- American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, president Randi Weingarten to deliver IIT Chicago-Kent's tenth Distinguished Labor Leader Lecture
- Latest issue of the Seventh Circuit Review now available online
- IIT Chicago-Kent establishes LL.M. program in trial advocacy for international students and practitioners
- IIT Chicago-Kent Professor Elizabeth De Armond is named Legal Research and Writing Program director
- Professor Carolyn Shapiro appointed Illinois Solicitor General
- IIT Chicago-Kent Professor Christopher W. Schmidt is named director of ISCOTUS
- President Obama reappoints Professor Martin H. Malin to the Federal Service Impasses Panel
- IIT Chicago-Kent earns second-place finish in the 2014 National Baseball Arbitration Competition
- IIT Chicago-Kent to participate in the 2014 National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare and Adoption Law
- IIT Chicago-Kent wins championship and best brief award in the 2014 Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Regional Competition
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