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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 Perspectives: Spotlight on IP

    Faculty Perspectives: Spotlight on IP

    Faculty Perspectives is published regularly to highlight recent scholarship by Chicago-Kent faculty. In the latest issue, we feature exciting new work in intellectual property law by Lori Andrews, Christopher Buccafusco, and Edward Lee, as well as new labor law scholarship by César Rosado Marzán. Visit our recent scholarship page for past issues of Faculty Perspectives and more information on new articles and books.

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Faculty News & Updates

Prof. Sarah Harding Rowe Award

Prof. Harding receives Rowe Excellence in Teaching Award

Professor Sarah Harding was presented with the John W. Rowe Excellence in Teaching Award at IIT's annual Faculty Recognition and Awards Reception. The award highlights Prof. Harding's noteworthy teaching efforts in courses ranging from property to comparative law.

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Best Lawyers 2015 cover photo of Professor Lori Andrews

Prof. Andrews profiled in Best Lawyers

The latest issue of Best Lawyers magazine honors Professor Lori Andrews' work at the intersection of technology, bioethics, and the law—focusing particularly on balancing technological innovations with their ethical implications.

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Prof. Richard Gonzalez appointed director of clinical education

Prof. Gonzalez appointed director of clinical education

Clinical Professor Richard Gonzalez has been appointed director of clinical education at Chicago-Kent. Beginning this June, Prof. Gonzalez will oversee one of the nation's largest law school clinical programs, in the Law Offices of Chicago-Kent.

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Prof. Steinman named honorary fellow

American Academy of Appellate Lawyers names Prof. Steinman Honorary Fellow

Distinguished Professor Joan Steinman has been named an Honorary Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers. She will be inducted during the organization's spring meeting this April in Santa Fe.

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Prof. Perritt NAAG meeting

Prof. Perritt presents at NAAG meeting

At this year's National Association of Attorneys General Winter Meeting, Professor Henry H. Perritt, Jr., presented on unmanned aircraft systems ("drones") and the challenges that arise in regulating them.

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Prof. Daniel Martin Katz

Prof. Katz to join Chicago-Kent faculty

Professor Daniel Martin Katz, a leader in using technology to advance the study and practice of law, will join the Chicago-Kent faculty this fall. Prof. Katz will assume a key leadership role in the law school's ongoing initiative to build the preeminent law and technology program in the country.

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Bartram Brown teaching

Prof. Brown delivers keynote at IU symposium

Professor Bartram Brown spoke on the state of international criminal law at this year's Indiana International & Comparative Law Review Symposium, "Is 2015 the Beginning of the End for the ICC and Guantanamo Bay, or a Turning Point for the Law and Practice of International Criminal Law?"

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