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Dec 1, 2020
The Chicago-Kent team of Hayden Dinges ’21 and Daniel Kfoury ’21 is advancing to the 2021 National Moot Court Competition following a second-place finish in the regional rounds. Dinges and Kfoury beat teams from the University of Illinois College of Law, UIC John Marshall Law School, and the...
Nov 18, 2020
Mia Rivecco ’22 and Taylor Shuman ’22 are the recipients of the Chicago-Kent College of Law at Illinois Institute of Technology’s 2020 Harold J. and Nancy F. Krent Excellence Award. “We are delighted that Taylor and Mia not only are academic superstars, but are committed to giving back to the law...
Nov 18, 2020
Shaunagh McGoldrick '22 Chicago-Kent College of Law students Shaunagh McGoldrick ’22 and Zachery Taylor ’21 received 2020 Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowships to support their public interest work this past summer. Stevens Fellowships are open to first- and second-year Chicago-Kent...
Nov 13, 2020
Mia Rivecco, a second-year student at Chicago-Kent College of Law, has won the 29th annual Ilana Diamond Rovner Appellate Advocacy Competition, sponsored by the law school’s Moot Court Honor Society. The competition is named for Chicago-Kent graduate Ilana Diamond Rovner, the first woman to serve...
Nov 12, 2020
The Chicago-Kent College of Law team of Micah Fishman ’21 and Michelle Locascio ’21 won second place in the 2020 National Health Law Moot Court Competition. The team defeated Suffolk University Law School, University of Maryland Carey School of Law, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, UIC John...
Nov 9, 2020
Henry Farrell and Abraham L. Newman
Join Chicago-Kent faculty, students, and alumni for the 2019 Palmer Prize Lecture. In this lecture, Henry Farrell and Abraham L. Newman, winners of the 2019 Chicago-Kent College of Law/Roy C. Palmer Civil Liberties Prize, will present the ideas in their award-winning book Of Privacy and Power--The...
Nov 2, 2020
Martin H. Malin Beyond the headlines and union picket lines, and company spokespersons and union leaders in Chicago, an unsung group of people help hammer out contracts behind the scenes. Martin H. Malin , director of the Institute for Law and the Workplace (ILW) at Chicago-Kent College of Law, is...
Oct 30, 2020
Parkway Gardens Apartments, a low-income housing complex built in the 1950s on Chicago’s South Side, is significant for being the first apartment complex in the United States to be cooperatively owned by its African-American residents, as is listed on the National Register of Historic Places...
Oct 29, 2020
The Chicago-Kent College of Law trial advocacy team of Valerie Letko ’21, Kimberly Napoleon ’21, Zoe Green Appler ’22, and Emily Salomone ’22 finished as national semifinalists in the 2020 All Star Bracket Challenge. The team went undefeated and emerged as the Midwest Region’s #1 team, and Letko...
Oct 29, 2020
Joel Daly, a legendary Chicago news broadcaster and Chicago-Kent College of Law alumnus, died October 22, 2020, at the age of 86. Daly was honored among the Chicago-Kent’s 125 Alumni of Distinction in 2013, and he was a member of Chicago-Kent’s first National Trial Competition championship team...