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    Palmer Prize Winner’s Book Explores How to Legally Define Foreign Interference In U.S. Elections—and What Should be Done About It

    While discussing the consequences of foreign interference in United States elections with colleagues, Jens David Ohlin often fielded a seemingly simple question: whether it was illegal. Yes, he believed it...

    Eliminating Filibuster Only Way to Save Voting Rights and Stop Anti-Democratic Slide Says Constitutional Rights Expert

    CHICAGO, January 12, 2022—Chicago-Kent Professor Carolyn Shapiro says that eliminating the filibuster for voting rights and related legislation is not only allowed but constitutionally required under the Guarantee Clause, given...

    U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Names William A. Birdthistle Director of the Division of Investment Management

    CHICAGO, December 21, 2021—Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor William A. Birdthistle has been appointed director of the Division of Investment Management for the United States Securities...

    Polar-Opposite Rhetorical Styles Make Teammates Regional Champs in NYC Bar Competition

    One has a flair for the dramatic; the other, an unwavering adherence to case law and cold, hard fact. Together, the two Chicago-Kent College of Law students were able to...

    Chicago-Kent Student Wins “Best Advocate” title in National “Battle of the Experts” Competition

    During a national trial advocacy “battle of the experts” team competition, a Chicago-Kent student was dubbed the best advocate of the bout. Cole Gunter ’23 took the title at the...

    Chicago-Kent Reaches Finals in National Civil Trial Competition

    A team of Chicago-Kent College of Law students reached the finals of the most renowned civil trial competition in the country this month. Zoe Appler ’22, Annora Alfonso ’23, Razaul...

    Chicago-Kent Magazine: Immigration Clinic Tackles a Legal Field in Flux

    This story appears in the Chicago-Kent College of Law's Fall 2021 Alumni Magazine, which focuses on immigration law. To read the entire magazine online, follow this link. To be an...

    Rovner Appellate Advocacy Competition Winner Masters Both Sides of Gun Control Debate

    In her first law school competition, Kaitlyn Kloss ’23 successfully argued her way past five opponents to win Chicago-Kent College of Law’s 30th annual Ilana Diamond Rovner Appellate Advocacy Competition...

    Memorial Service Scheduled for Longtime Chicago-Kent Faculty Member Steve Harris

    Update: A memorial service at Chicago-Kent College of Law for Professor Steven L. Harris has been scheduled at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 5, 2022, at the Conviser Law Center, Morris...

    Remembering Chicago-Kent's Pro Bono Trips to a Texas Family Detention Facility

    This story appears in the Chicago-Kent College of Law's Fall 2021 Alumni Magazine, which focuses on immigration law. To read the entire magazine online, follow this link. Samantha Wolfe’s first...