• Faculty Perspectives: Spotlight on Pushing Boundaries

    Faculty Perspectives is published regularly to highlight recent scholarship by Chicago-Kent faculty. In our newest issue, we spotlight new work that pushes boundaries in law scholarship by Kimberly Bailey, Alexander Boni-Saenz, and Richard Warner, as well as scholarship on legal education by Dan Katz. Visit our recent scholarship page for past issues of Faculty Perspectives and more information on new articles and books.

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    Prof. Atuahene on Land Restitution in South Africa

    Professor Bernadette Atuahene's new book, We Want What's Ours: Learning from South Africa's Land Restitution Program, uses interviews with 150 South Africans to understand how the nation can build on its successes and learn from its failures in addressing past land theft. Learn more at the book's website.
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    Prof. Lee on Internet Freedom

    Professor Edward Lee discusses his latest book, The Fight for the Future: How People Defeated Hollywood and Saved the Internet--For Now, and his continuing scholarly research on Internet freedom. In October, Prof. Lee furthered the cause for an open Internet by founding a nonprofit organization, The Free Internet Project, whose mission is to track the latest legal and technological efforts to protect Internet freedoms around the world.
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Faculty News & Updates

Prof. Lori Andrews at i3 - Insight, Innovation, Impact - A Summit for Women

Professor Lori Andrews (right) spoke in New York City at "i3 - Insight, Innovation, Impact - A Summit for Women." Sponsored by the UJA-Federation, the Summit brought together female thought leaders to share their stories of impact and change.

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Prof. Walters named to the International Insolvency Institute

Professor Adrian Walters has been named to the International Insolvency Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving international cooperation in insolvencies and multinational business reorganizations and restructurings.

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Professor David J. Gerber

Prof. Gerber elected president of ASCL

Distinguished Professor David J. Gerber was elected president of the Amercan Society of Comparative Law (ASCL) during the organization's annual meeting in October in Dallas. As president, Professor Gerber plans to pursue outreach initiatives in Latin America and Asia designed to lead to deeper and more meaningful exchanges with scholars in those regions.

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Prof. Richard Kling

Prof. Kling receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Professor Richard Kling received the Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers' 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award at the organization's annual dinner. A member of the Chicago-Kent Law Offices faculty, Professor Kling was honored for his work protecting the rights of the accused.

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Keith Ann Stiverson Speaks at the AALL Meeting

Library Director Keith Ann Stiverson elected president of AALL

Keith Ann Stiverson, director of the Chicago-Kent Law Library, is president of the American Association of Law Libraries. Stiverson's term began July 22 at the organization's 108th annual meeting in Philadelphia.

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