• A Legacy of Environmental Work

    Chicago-Kent College of Law has long been recognized as a national leader in environmental law, having established one of the first programs in the 1980s. Chicago-Kent Magazine highlights alumni and faculty who spearheaded that early effort, and others who are just starting out in this ever-evolving field.

  • Student Leader Attains First-Ever Public Interest Fellowship with Indiana Disability Rights

    Natasha Crespo, founder of the Chicago-Kent College of Law's Disability Advocacy Law Student Association, switched careers to champion civil rights. The college's public interest program helped her find her path.

     

  • Chicago-Kent Business Law Director Wins Graff Teaching Innovation Award

    Because of his inspirational dedication to online instruction and student well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic, Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor Adrian Walters has been awarded Illinois Institute of Technology’s 2021 Michael J. Graff Teaching and Advising Innovation Award.

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    Take a look at some of our rankings and statistics to find out about many of our top programs and other key facts about Chicago-Kent.

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Jo Ann Dominguez '21

Meet Jo Ann Dominguez

Jo Ann Dominguez '21 is a student in our evening division who came to the law school with years of experience as a senior legal analyst in the cybersecurity field. In addition to working full time and taking classes, she’s also found time to contribute as a student leader in our CyberSecurity and Data Privacy Society, where she can share her industry perspective with other students.

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