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    Patent Scholar, Expert on Equity Issues, Hired to Join Chicago-Kent Faculty

    As a practicing patent attorney, Jordana Goodman began noticing a problem. “I really liked practicing, because I went to law school so I could help people,” she says. “But there...

    Diversity by the Numbers

    Editor's note: this is a story from the the Fall 2022 Chicago-Kent Magazine. To read the magazine in full, follow this link. Michael Wilder ’06 wasn’t much of a numbers...

    The “Generalist” at DEI’s Forefront

    Editor's note: this is a story from the the Fall 2022 Chicago-Kent Magazine. To read the magazine in full, follow this link. To this day, Nicholas Cummings ’08 speaks against...

    An Agent of Change

    Editor's note: this is a story from the the Fall 2022 Chicago-Kent Magazine. To read the magazine in full, follow this link. Jessica Muench ’04 notes that it was tough...

    Chicago-Kent Professor’s Book on Process of “Making Jurors” Published by Cambridge University Press

    From the start of her legal career, Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor Nancy S. Marder has had a close look at courts in action. Almost immediately after graduating from law...

    Chicago-Kent Trial Advocacy Team Reaches Finals in Major National Competition

    A powerhouse team of four Chicago-Kent College of Law trial advocacy students advanced through numerous rounds of the 2022 National Civil Trial Competition to finish in the November finals with...

    Chicago-Kent Library Director Elected Treasurer of International Association of Law Libraries

    Chicago-Kent College of Law library director Jean Wenger has been elected as the treasurer of the International Association of Law Libraries (IALL), a worldwide professional association consisting of law librarians...

    Star Chicago-Kent Moot Court Team Finishes Competitive Career with Semifinal Placement in National Civil Rights Competition

    A Chicago-Kent College of Law Moot Court Honors Society team that earned multiple awards and high-ranking placements over the course of its academic career has competed in its final match—as...

    Area Teachers Converge on Chicago-Kent to Hear About Election Laws, Other Legal Issues

    Dozens of Chicago-area high school and middle school teachers converged on Chicago-Kent College of Law in October, to receive in-depth training on the United States Constitution, as well as the...

    Chicago-Kent Professor Elected as Member of American Law Institute

    A Chicago-Kent College of Law professor has been elected as a new member of the American Law Institute, an independent scholarly organization that was formed nearly a century ago to...