IIT Chicago-Kent Bar and Gavel Society inducts 12

Graduating seniors are chosen for service to the law school, community and legal profession

Friday, May 11, 2012
 Richard Madison and Umar Bakhsh.
2012 Bar and Gavel Society inductees: (back row, from left) Jack Bentley, John Auchter, James Vergara, Joseph Janas, Candace Hansford; (front row, from left) Kirtana Kalavapudi, Rachel Remke, Elizabeth Camille, Katherine (Katsie) Calhoun, Nazanin Tondravi. Not pictured: Richard Madison and Umar Bakhsh.

Twelve members of IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law's Class of 2012 have been named to the Bar and Gavel Society.

Each year, IIT Chicago-Kent's Student Bar Association inducts into the society graduating seniors who have distinguished themselves through outstanding service to the law school, the community and the legal profession. The names of the most recent inductees, who will receive their J.D. degrees from IIT Chicago-Kent on May 13, 2012, will be prominently displayed on a plaque in the law school.

Selected for membership in the Bar and Gavel Society are: John M. Auchter, Umar Bakhsh, Jack E. Bentley, Katherine J. Calhoun, Elizabeth K. Camille, Candace D. Hansford, Joseph F. Janas, Kirtana S. Kalavapudi, Richard L. Madison, Rachel A. Remke, Nazanin Tondravi and James R. Vergara.

IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law is the law school of Illinois Institute of Technology, a private, Ph.D.-granting institution with programs in engineering, psychology, architecture, business, design and law. IIT Chicago-Kent offers full-time and part-time J.D. and LL.M. degree programs as well as joint-degree programs with other IIT units, including Stuart School of Business.