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    Fixing an Unjust World: Spring 2023 Edition of Chicago-Kent Magazine

    Every year, students enter law schools across the country because they want to make a difference, but they continue to face an increasing number of challenges in pursuit of that...

    Chicago-Kent Pride: Resources for LGBTQ+ Students

    Chicago-Kent College of Law is a welcoming environment for members of the LGBTQ+ community and offers them a number of resources. The LGBTQ+ student group on campus is the Lambdas...

    Student Made: New Chicago-Kent Program Boosts Equity with Paid Externship

    During her first summer at Chicago-Kent College of Law, Jennifer Dickey ’24 had to turn down a legal opportunity because it wasn’t paid. She says this is not an uncommon...

    From Radical to Mainstream: Chicago-Kent Professor to Study Philosophy of Policing

    “Though the Movement for Black Lives is many years old as an organization, and the events of 2020 are rapidly going into the rearview mirror, questions about policing and how...

    Rewarding Service: Chicago-Kent Hosts 2023 Public Interest Awards

    “Chicago-Kent College of Law students and alumni have long been on the forefront of protecting the rights of those marginalized by society. It was that history that brought me to...

    Everyone Deserves Employment: Employment Law Student Earns 2023 Sandra P. Zemm Prize

    After spending her first year of law school at Chicago-Kent College of Law in the throes of the pandemic, Rebecca Chmielewski ’23 couldn’t wait to get back to in-person events...

    Ownership in the Digital Age: Chicago-Kent Professor Lee’s Book Highlights NFTs

    “If you get down to the nitty gritty of it, it’s just lines of code,” says Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor Edward Lee, describing what a non-fungible token (NFT) is...

    A Legacy of Kindness: Chicago-Kent Remembers Clinical Professor Vivien Gross

    “How can you lose somebody who’s your colleague, your friend?” That’s the question, asked by Chicago-Kent College of Law Clinical Professor Richard Gonzalez, that the entire Chicago-Kent community is grappling...

    Investor Protector: Former SEC Attorney Joining Chicago-Kent Faculty in Fall

    Prior to pursuing a career in academia, James Tierney practiced in the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s Office of the General Counsel, where he helped resolve enforcement actions against financial...

    It’s Not Your Fault: 2022 Palmer Prize Winner on Privacy in the Information Age

    “If you care about human life, you should care about privacy,” says author, lawyer, and professor Neil Richards. While touring the country promoting his first book, Intellectual Privacy, in 2015...