Kelly Mae-Lim Neff

Kelly Neff, Honors Scholar, Class of 2003

Chicago-Kent Honors Scholar

Class of 2003

Ms. Neff received her B.A. in English and History from DePaul University, where she graduated with honors. While at IIT Chicago-Kent, Ms. Neff served as an executive articles editor for the Chicago-Kent Law Review. Her comment, Removing the Blinders in Federal Sentencing: Cultural Difference as a Proper Depature Ground, was published in the 78th edition of the Chicago-Kent Law Review. Ms. Neff also served as President of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association. In her second year of law school, Ms. Neff was a judicial extern for the Honorable Ruben Castillo of the Northern District of Illinois. Ms. Neff also served as a judicial intern for the Supreme Court of the Republic of Korea following her first year of law school. Ms. Neff graduated with honors from Chicago-Kent and was elected to the order of the coif.

Currently, Ms. Neff is an associate with Jones Day.



2003 Honors Scholars Seminar Paper

Mens's Rights v. the Best Interest of the Child: A New Standard For Challenging Paternity