• Faculty Perspectives: Spotlight on Pushing Boundaries

    Faculty Perspectives is published regularly to highlight recent scholarship by Chicago-Kent faculty. In our newest issue, we spotlight new work that pushes boundaries in law scholarship by Kimberly Bailey, Alexander Boni-Saenz, and Richard Warner, as well as scholarship on legal education by Dan Katz. Visit our recent scholarship page for past issues of Faculty Perspectives and more information on new articles and books.

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    Prof. Atuahene on Land Restitution in South Africa

    Professor Bernadette Atuahene's new book, We Want What's Ours: Learning from South Africa's Land Restitution Program, uses interviews with 150 South Africans to understand how the nation can build on its successes and learn from its failures in addressing past land theft. Learn more at the book's website.
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    Prof. Lee on Internet Freedom

    Professor Edward Lee discusses his latest book, The Fight for the Future: How People Defeated Hollywood and Saved the Internet--For Now, and his continuing scholarly research on Internet freedom. In October, Prof. Lee furthered the cause for an open Internet by founding a nonprofit organization, The Free Internet Project, whose mission is to track the latest legal and technological efforts to protect Internet freedoms around the world.
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Faculty

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 Daniel Martin Katz

Prof. Katz named to IAALS board of advisors

Professor Daniel Martin Katz has been named to the board of advisors of the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, a national, independent research center focused on developing solutions for the toughest problems facing American courts and the legal profession.

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Professor Felice Batlan

Prof. Batlan wins Law and Society Association book award

Professor Felice Batlan has won the Law and Society Association's 2016 J. Willard Hurst Award for her book Women and Justice for the Poor: A History of Legal Aid, 1863-1945. The judges who selected the book call it "a remarkable feat of historical excavation and reinterpretation."

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Professor David Gerber

Prof. Gerber wins Antitrust Writing Award

Professor David Gerber's paper "Global competition law convergence: Potential roles for economics" was recognized as one of the best antitrust academic articles published in peer-reviewed journals in 2015.

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Professor Lori Andrews and Professor Sheldon Nahmod

Profs. Andrews and Nahmod listed in Best Lawyers

Professor Lori Andrews and Professor Sheldon Nahmod are named in the 2016 edition of the peer-review publication The Best Lawyers in America, in the areas of biotechnology law and municipal law, respectively.

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IIT appoints Prof. Katharine Baker as a Distinguished Professor

Illinois Institute of Technology has appointed Prof. Katharine K. Baker as a Distinguished Professor, the highest honor awarded to faculty, for preeminent achievement based on her scholarly work and the excellence of her teaching.

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