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    Faculty Perspectives

    Faculty Perspectives highlights recent scholarship by Chicago-Kent faculty. In our latest issue, we spotlight the recent works of five faculty members whose interests range from global investment law to federal flood policy to the regulation of drones.

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    Prof. Birdthistle on Mutual Funds

    Professor William Birdthistle introduces his engaging new book, Empire of the Fund: The Way We Save Now, about how mutual funds work, their problems, and how to reform the industry. He's also prepared an alternate video trailer in verse. Learn more on the book's website.
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The IIT Chicago-Kent faculty comprises a distinguished and accessible group of scholars, teachers and practitioners. Our full-time faculty and adjunct faculty provide the finest in traditional legal education and practical skills training.

We invite you to learn more about the wide-ranging scholarly and teaching interests of our faculty using the Academic Expertise search tool on this page. For perspectives from their current work, visit our Recent Scholarship page.

Faculty News & Updates

Professor Christopher Schmidt

Prof. Schmidt wins the American Society for Legal History's 2016 Surrency Prize

The American Society for Legal History has awarded Professor Christopher Schmidt the 2016 Surrency Prize for the best article published in the 2015 edition of the society's journal Law and History Review.

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Prof. Martin Malin accepts the ABA's 2016 Arvid Anderson Public Sector Labor and Employment Attorney of the Year Award

Prof. Malin named ABA's Public Sector Labor and Employment Attorney of the Year

Professor Martin Malin (left) accepted the 2016 Arvid Anderson Public Sector Labor and Employment Attorney of the Year Award at the 10th annual conference of the ABA Labor and Employment Law Section on November 11 in Chicago.

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Professor Nancy S. Marder

Prof. Marder elected to American Law Institute

Professor Nancy Marder, a nationally and internationally recognized expert on juries, judges and courts, has been elected as a member of the American Law Institute, the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize and otherwise improve the law.

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Prof. Andrews and teammates among Nayar Prize II finalists

Professor Lori Andrews and her teammates have been selected as one of three finalist teams in Illinois Tech's Nayar Prize II competition for their project, "A Data-Driven Crime Prevention Program." The team willl receive $100,000 to spend on the project over the next year in Phase 1 of the competition.

Learn about the Project
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Lambda Legal report features research by Prof. Kreis

Empirical research from Professor Anthony Michael Kreis was featured in a report released by Lambda Legal indicating that judges elected to state supreme courts are often less supportive of LGBT rights than judges who are appointed.

Read the Report (PDF)

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