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    Chicago-Kent Moot Court Team are Co-Champions of Prestigious Regional Bout

    A Chicago-Kent College of Law team fought to become a regional co-champion of one of the largest moot court competitions of 2022, the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition...

    Chicago-Kent Wins National Trial Competition’s Regionals with Best Performance in Midwest

    A Chicago-Kent team won the regional bout of the National Trial Competition with the highest score of any law school in the Midwest, making it the second year in a...

    Fledgling Chicago-Kent Team Reaches Finals in National Trial League Competition

    In a grueling “trial by fire” that involved first and second-year law students researching and arguing eight separate court cases over several months, Chicago-Kent College of Law reached the finals...

    Chicago-Kent Offering Unique Cybersecurity Certificate for Non-Technical Professionals, Taught by Top Executives in the Field

    How can you measure risk in the information age? Do you understand the threats posed by technology, and how to reasonably apply resources to deal with them? Starting this year...

    Chicago-Kent Earns Top Awards in NYC Bar Association’s National Moot Court Competition

    A team of two Chicago-Kent College of Law students earned top awards in one of the nation’s most prestigious moot court contests: the 2022 New York City Bar Association National...

    Chicago-Kent Students and Alum Take Illinois Local Government Lawyers Association’s Top Writing Honors

    Two Chicago-Kent College of Law students and a Chicago-Kent alumna earned top honors in the Illinois Local Government Lawyers (ILGL) Association’s 2022 writing competitions, with research and analysis on such...

    Chicago-Kent Team Reaches Finals in Kurth Moot Court Championship

    Arguing on the last, and most nuanced, topic of their academic experience, a pair of Chicago-Kent College of Law students advanced to the finals in a high-ranking 2022 moot court...

    Privacy Legal Expert Warns IRS Facial Scan Requirement Will Force Taxpayers to Waive Important Rights

    CHICAGO, February 1, 2022—Taxpayers who wish to access personal Internal Revenue Service tax accounts, including details about child tax credits, payment plans or tax transcripts, will soon be required to...

    Chicago-Kent’s Commitment to National Program Combating Racial Enrollment Gaps Now Longest-Running in Country

    A Legacy of Equity Some described it as an awakening. A way for aspiring attorneys from poor or underrepresented backgrounds to believe, to envision themselves in the realm of the...

    For Third Time in Recent Years, A Chicago-Kent Student is Awarded Prestigious AFL-CIO Fellowship

    When Enrique Espinoza ’22 first enrolled at Chicago-Kent College of Law years ago, he was just hoping to get a job helping immigrants like himself. After working for decades in...