Jun 16, 2021
Every year at least one student working at Chicago-Kent College of Law’s law clinics is recognized for their stellar work. Hussein Nofal’s efforts within the college’s Immigration Law Clinic, where he has connected with clients going through difficult removal proceedings, was remarkable enough for...
Jun 15, 2021
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May 28, 2021
In its effort to teach teenagers constructive discussion about contentious topics, the Chicago-Kent College of Law’s Constitutional Democracy Project recently hosted a youth summit on “defunding the police,” putting social justice advocates on a panel alongside the president of the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police.
May 26, 2021
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May 12, 2021
A progressive nonprofit dedicated to building a diverse legal community in defense of democracy and the United States Constitution has identified a Chicago-Kent College of Law student as one of a limited number of up-and-coming scholars this year. Jaylin D. McClinton ’22, was chosen by the American...
May 4, 2021
Chicago-Kent Grad Receives Equal Justice Works Fellowship to Tackle Domestic Violence Issues Within LGBT Community
It was during his previous three internships at Legal Aid Chicago that Joey Carrillo ’21 found his passion for helping domestic violence victims find some safety. “I never in my wildest dreams envisioned myself doing that type of work. It was hard, but it was so rewarding and it’s such good work,”...
May 3, 2021
There was a time, between going to school and working three jobs, when Natasha Crespo had to take a hard look at her priorities. The first in her family to get a college degree, she was working overtime as a security screener at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. It was an OK job, but she was...