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    Formal Dedication Ceremony Announced for Conviser Law Center

    Chicago-Kent College of Law will hold an official dedication ceremony in late September for the renaming of its downtown Chicago campus building to the Conviser Law Center. The official dedication...

    A New Path

    The second time his attorney missed filing for his appeal, Marshan Allen asked his family for one thing. “Just get me a typewriter,” Allen said. He was sent to prison...

    Chicago-Kent Student Awarded Peggy Browning Fellowship

    A Chicago-Kent College of Law student was one of a select few to receive a prestigious national fellowship to conduct legal work for a national labor union this summer. Grace...

    Strubbe Writing Prize Winner Explores Remedies Against Employers Disclosing Medical Data

    A paper exploring easier ways to attain legal remedies against employers who improperly disclose medical information won Chicago-Kent College of Law’s premier labor and employment law writing competition. Ricardo Santiago...

    Chicago-Kent College of Law awarded $300,000 Grant for Bar Success

    Chicago-Kent College of Law has been awarded a $300,000 grant to study how to best support alumni in preparing for the bar exam. The grant, entitled “One and Done: A...

    An Examination of an Education: Paper Exploring Critical Race Theory Bans in Schools Wins Writing Award

    A paper exploring the constitutionality of a slate of recent state laws banning critical race theory in elementary and high school classrooms has won Chicago-Kent College of Law’s second annual...

    Law Professor Testifies Before US Congress About Ramifications of ‘Independent State Legislature Theory’

    Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor Carolyn Shapiro testified at a congressional hearing in Washington, D.C., on July 28, 2022, about the history and future ramifications of a theory giving state...

    Paper on Constitutionality of Critical Race Theory Bans Wins Chicago-Kent’s Racial Justice Writing Competition

    A paper exploring the constitutionality of a slate of recent state laws banning critical race theory in elementary and high school classrooms has won Chicago-Kent College of Law’s second annual...

    Chicago-Kent College of Law awarded $300,000 Grant for Bar Success

    Chicago-Kent College of Law has been awarded a $300,000 grant to study how to best support alumni in preparing for the bar exam. The grant, entitled “One and Done: A...

    Strubbe Writing Prize Winner Explores Remedies Against Employers Disclosing Medical Data

    A paper exploring easier ways to attain legal remedies against employers who improperly disclose medical information won Chicago-Kent College of Law’s premier labor and employment law writing competition. A paper...