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Professor Adrian Walters, pictured here with attorney Richard Mikels (right), was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy at a ceremony on March 16.  | Photo courtesy of the American College of Bankruptcy

Prof. Walters named a Fellow of the American College Of Bankruptcy

Professor Adrian Walters, pictured here with attorney Richard Mikels (right), was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy at a ceremony on March 16, 2018. (Photo courtesy of the American College of Bankruptcy)

Professor Christopher Schmidt, author of "he Sit-Ins: Protest and Legal Change in the Civil Rights Era" (2018)

Prof. Schmidt's new book tells legal history of 1960 lunch counter sit-in movement

Legal historian Christopher Schmidt tells the story of the lunch counter protests of 1960 and the national debate they sparked over the meaning of the constitutional right of all Americans to equal protection of the laws in his new book, The Sit-Ins: Protest and Legal Change in the Civil Rights Era (University of Chicago Press 2018).

Professors Graeme Dinwoodie (left) and Edward Lee

Profs. Dinwoodie and Lee launch new design center at Chicago-Kent

Founded by Professors Dinwoodie (left) and Edward Lee, the new Center for Design, Law & Technology (cDELTA or c∆) will promote research, scholarship and instruction at the intersection of design, creativity, technology and the law.

Professor Daniel Martin Katz was inducted as a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management at the organization's 2017 annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Prof. Katz named a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management

Professor Daniel Martin Katz, director of Chicago-Kent's Law Lab, was inducted as a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management at the organization's 2017 annual meeting. Each year, new fellows are nominated by their peers and elected by the college's board of trustees.

University of Chicago Professor Geoffrey Stone (right) presented Professor Carolyn Shapiro with a 2017 Abner Mikva Award from the Chicago Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society at a luncheon at the Union League Club. (Photo by Andrew Collings.)

Prof. Shapiro honored with 2017 Abner Mikva Award

Professor Carolyn Shapiro received a 2017 Abner Mikva Award from the Chicago Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society. The award, named in honor of the late Judge Abner Mikva of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, recognizes attorneys who have advanced ACS's progressive mission.

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