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Faculty News & Updates

Professor Anita K. Krug has been selected to lead Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Anita Krug Named Dean of Chicago-Kent College of Law

Anita K. Krug, D. Wayne and Anne Gittinger Professor of Law at the University of Washington School of Law, has been selected to lead the law school. The first woman to permanently hold the office of Chicago-Kent dean, she will begin her term on August 1. 

From left: Yongyi Yang, Lori Andrews, Madhavan Nayar (M.S. IE ’68), and Miles Wernick at the Nayar Prize announcement February 6, 2019

Prof. Lori Andrews and her teammates selected as Nayar Prize II finalists

Distinguished Professor Lori Andrews and Illinois Tech professors Yongyi Yang and Miles Wernick—pictured here with Madhavan Nayar—have been selected as Nayar Prize II finalists for their Data-Driven Crime Prevention Program.

Prof. Marder named a Baldy Center Senior Fellow

Professor Nancy S. Marder, director of the Justice John Paul Stevens Jury Center, has been selected as a Senior Fellow of the Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy. During her fellowship, she will finish her new book, The Power of the Jury: Transforming Citizens into Jurors.

Harold J. Krent, who will step down as Chicago-Kent's dean next year, has been named 2018 Person of the Year by Chicago Lawyer magazine.

Dean Harold Krent is Chicago Lawyer's 2018 Person of the Year

Harold J. Krent, who will step down as Chicago-Kent's dean next year, has been named 2018 Person of the Year by Chicago Lawyer magazine.

Professor Evelyn Brody accepted the 2018 Distinguished Achievement in Leadership and Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research Award from ARNOVA during their 47th annual conference.

Prof. Brody wins ARNOVA’s 2018 Distinguished Achievement in Leadership and Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research Award

Professor Evelyn Brody accepted the award in November at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action's annual conference in Austin, Texas. Photos: Jack Siegel 

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