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May 30, 2019
Susana Sandoval Vargas ’19 has been selected as a 2019 Equal Justice Works fellow.
Susana Sandoval Vargas, a May 2019 graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, has been selected as a 2019 Equal Justice Works fellow. During her two-year fellowship, Sandoval Vargas will defend low-wage immigrant women workers against wage theft and other abuses by advocating for them in court and by...
May 30, 2019
Carl Sessions ’19 has been selected as a 2019 Equal Justice Works fellow.
Carl Sessions, a May 2019 graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, has been selected as a 2019 Equal Justice Works fellow. During his two-year fellowship, Sessions will represent tenants in eviction court and secure relief for tenants who have viable claims related to the substandard conditions in...
May 30, 2019
Tobias Rodriguez ’19 has been selected as a 2019 Equal Justice Works fellow.
Tobias Rodriguez, a May 2019 graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, has been selected as a 2019 Equal Justice Works fellow. During his two-year fellowship period, Rodriguez will work at Cabrini Green Legal Aid in Chicago, providing legal services for incarcerated and recently released fathers who...
May 23, 2019
Trial advocacy team practice with Judge David Erickson
Chicago-Kent College of Law’s Trial Advocacy Program , known for its nationally ranked trial advocacy teams, has been awarded an A by preLaw Magazin e in its rankings of trial advocacy and litigation programs in its spring 2019 issue. The magazine evaluated trial advocacy programs throughout the...
May 22, 2019
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Chicago-Kent’s Program in Intellectual Property Law , known for its influential faculty and broad array of course offerings, is one of 17 American law schools recently awarded a grade of A+ by preLaw Magazine . The ratings, published in the magazine’s spring 2019 issue, evaluate IP programs at law...
May 20, 2019
Breana Brill ’21 (left) and Caitlin Sinclair ’21 (right), pictured here with Professor Nancy Marder, have been awarded 2019 Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowships.
Chicago-Kent College of Law students Breana Brill ’21 and Caitlin Sinclair ’21 have been awarded 2019 Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowships. The students have received $7,000 each to support their public interest work this summer. Breana Brill ’21 (left) and Caitlin Sinclair ’21 (...
May 16, 2019
Michael P. Galvin, president of Galvin Enterprises, Inc., will deliver the keynote address at Chicago-Kent College of Law’s 2019 Commencement on Sunday, May 19.
Michael P. Galvin, president of Galvin Enterprises, Inc., will deliver the keynote address at Chicago-Kent College of Law’s 2019 Commencement on Sunday, May 19. The ceremony will begin at 2:30 p.m. at the Chicago Theatre, 175 North State Street, in Chicago. Michael P. Galvin, president of Galvin...
May 10, 2019
Johnny Derogene ’19 has been selected for a one-year fellowship with the AFL-CIO’s legal department in Washington, D.C.
Johnny Derogene, a May 2019 graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law at Illinois Institute of Technology, has been selected for a one-year fellowship with the AFL-CIO’s legal department in Washington, D.C. Johnny Derogene ’19 has been selected for a one-year fellowship with the AFL-CIO’s legal...
Apr 29, 2019
Mahira Musani ’19 is the recipient of Chicago-Kent's 2019 Marc Grinker Student Commitment Award.
Mahira Musani ’19 is the recipient of Chicago-Kent's 2019 Marc Grinker Student Commitment Award. Mahira Musani ’19 has been chosen to receive the 2019 Marc Grinker Student Commitment Award for her dedication to Chicago-Kent College of Law’s Moot Court Honor Society. The award was created in memory...
Apr 24, 2019
Volume 14 of the Seventh Circuit Review is available at kentlaw.iit.edu/7cr . Articles in this volume analyze recent decisions of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit dealing with civil procedure, constitutional law, criminal procedure, immigration, and labor and employment...