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    Humans Doing Human Things: Grace Quigley ’24 Wins Mary Rose Strubbe Writing Prize

    “Ideally, we want humans to be able to do the human things and machines to do the machine things,” says Grace Quigley ’24. “But automating management can accelerate the process...

    Questioning the Law: Devin Ross ’23 Wins Racial Justice Writing Competition

    “Being in law school, you’re just supposed to take it on face value that the ideas that built our country make for a system that can implement fairness,” says Devin...

    Chicago-Kent Associate Dean Celebrates Successful Prosecution of Balkan War Criminals

    On May 31, 2023, United Nations appeals judges significantly expanded the convictions of Jovica Stanišić and Franko Simatović, two convicted war criminals who Chicago-Kent College of Law Assistant Professor Adam...

    Jack Daniels, Dog Toys, and Dinwoodie: Chicago-Kent Professor Cited in SCOTUS Decision

    In a case involving the Jack Daniel’s whiskey company and an adult-themed dog toy, United States Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan quoted an article written by Chicago-Kent College of Law...

    Finding Balance: Chicago-Kent Professor Releases Book on Creating Humane Workplaces

    “No one should have to sacrifice their health, their children, their family members’ well-being,” says Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor Nicole Buonocore Porter. “Everyone needs balance.” Porter says that we...

    Representation Matters: Chicago-Kent Student Earns Donald W. Banner Diversity Fellowship

    There are more patent lawyers named Michael in the United States than there are patent lawyers who are women of color, according to the American Bar Association. Mary Kate Nowak...

    A History of Service

    Editor's note: this is a story from the Spring 2023 Chicago-Kent Magazine. To read the magazine in full, follow this link. “I want to inspire every law student and lawyer...

    The Calling: Chicago-Kent Alum Featured in Illinois Tech Magazine

    “As you engage with communities, they will teach you what environmental justice means to them,” says Cynthia Ferguson ’00. Ferguson is the director of the Office of Environmental Justice housed...

    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...