Webinar Recordings

Get to Know Chicago-Kent Webinar Series


Intellectual Property Law Program

Recorded: February 2018

Chicago-Kent's Certificate Program in Intellectual Property Law allows you to specialize your studies in IP as part of the J.D. program. Join Professor Edward Lee, Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law, for valuable information about our program. He will also be highlighting the innovative 1L Your Way program that allows you to start taking IP courses during the first year.
 

Gaining Experience Through Our Legal Clinic

Recorded: February 2018

The C-K Law Group: The Law Offices of Chicago-Kent is the law school's unique in-house legal clinic. Since the early 1980s, our clinic has been a pioneer in clinical legal education through its use of a fee-generating model designed to replicate the experience of employment at a private law firm. It is also one of the nation's largest with 18 full-time in-house practicing attorneys and four adjunct attorneys. Learn how the C-K Law Group provides Chicago-Kent students with opportunities to gain practical experience at a private law firm by working on sophisticated litigation and transactional matters. 
 

The Evening Law Student Experience

Recorded: February 2018

For 130 years, Chicago-Kent has served the needs of part-time law students. We offer a highly selective, competitive course of part-time study for working professionals. Join us to learn more about the evening law student experience from current evening students.
 

Legal Innovation + Technology Program

Recorded: February 2019

Learn how Chicago-Kent is preparing students for new frontiers in the legal industry. Professor Daniel Martin Katz, Director of the Law Lab, provides an overview of our J.D. Certificate in Legal Innovation + Technology and discusses how emerging technologies are making the delivery of legal services better and more efficient. 


Law School Application Process Essentials Webinar Series


J.D. Program Information Session

Recorded: November 2018

Join us for an introduction to the J.D. program at Chicago-Kent and an overview of the admissions process.
 

Law School Application Process: What You Need to Know

Recorded: November 2018

Join us for an overview of the law school application process. Learn about key components of a strong application and how to make your application stand out.
 

Law School Personal Statements

Recorded: October 2017

Join us for an in-depth discussion of how to create a strong personal statement. Our guest presenter is Karen Buttenbaum, Partner at Spivey Consulting. Karen is a respected law school admissions professional with over 16 years of experience working in legal education. From 2001-2013, she was a voting member of the admissions committee at Harvard Law School, reading and making decisions on over 16,000 applications and interviewing over 1,000 applicants during that time.
 

Law School Application Process: Top Admissions Questions

Recorded: November 2018

When should you apply? Should you retake the LSAT? What do law schools do with multiple LSAT scores? Join Assistant Dean Nicole Vilches and Director of Admissions Gabriela Amador for answers to the most frequently asked admissions questions.

 

Law School Application Process: Tips for Later Applicants

Recorded: February 2018

If you're applying later in the admissions cycle, you may be concerned about how the timing will impact your application. Join us to learn tips for later applicants and suggestions about how to put together a strong application package.

 

Answered: Top Admissions Questions After Completing the June LSAT

Recorded: June 2019

The hard work of taking the June LSAT is now behind you and this is a great time to start planning your application process. Should you apply now or wait until next year? What do law schools do with multiple LSAT scores? How can you make your application stand out? Join Assistant Dean Nicole Vilches and Director of Admissions Gabriela Amador for answers to common admissions questions from June LSAT takers. You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions of your own.