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What does the campaign finance McCutcheon decision actually mean? Professor Sanford Greenberg of Chicago-Kent College of Law explains
Listen to oral arguments from McCutcheon on Oyez
Goldberg's swing and miss - ISCOTUS Director Chris Schmidt continues his Drama in the Court series with a former Justice's embarrassing return to the Court in Flood v. Kuhn
After McCutcheon, what other challenges could arise to campaign contribution limits? Lyle Denniston analyzes
Supreme Court declines early look at NSA surveillance case
The Supreme Court denied cert in a closely-watched case concerning gay rights and free speech
Cato's Ilya Shapiro will be at Chicago-Kent College of Law on Thursday to talk about the state of the campaign finance system
Scalia on religion, law, and Rehnquist
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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.
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- The Illinois Attorney General's Office is IIT Chicago-Kent's 2014 Public Interest Partner
- William A. Galston is IIT Chicago-Kent's 2014 Centennial Visitor
- Best-selling author Amity Shlaes to lecture at IIT Chicago-Kent on April 22
- Entries are being accepted for the 2014 IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law/Roy C. Palmer Civil Liberties Prize
- IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law to release new study on diabetes apps at its April 4 "Health on the Go" conference
- IIT Chicago-Kent establishes LL.M. program in trial advocacy for international students and practitioners
- IIT Chicago-Kent students elected to NBLSA Midwest regional board
- 2014 Louis Jackson National Student Writing Competition winners named
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