News

Find News

Showing 895 Results

    Student Who Turned Labor and Immigration Hardships into Strengths Receives National Fellowship

    Enrique Espinoza was making a decent living but yearned for a purpose. He’d been working in the hospitality industry since he arrived in the United States in 2007 and made...

    Peers Honor Chicago-Kent’s Law Librarian for Decades of Work

    “The important thing is, for attorneys, information is really the stock and trade,” says Jean Wenger, the director of the Chicago-Kent College of Law Library. “Being able to understand how...

    Student Honored for Exemplary Work in Chicago-Kent Immigration Law Clinic

    Every year at least one student working at Chicago-Kent College of Law’s law clinics is recognized for their stellar work. Hussein Nofal’s efforts within the college’s Immigration Law Clinic, where...

    Chicago-Kent College of Law Student Zoe Appler Wins “Top Gun” National Trial Advocacy Competition

    CHICAGO, June 15, 2021—Chicago-Kent College of Law student Zoe Appler ’22 has won the 2021 Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition, which features the best trial advocates in the country...

    How Chicago-Kent's Environmental and Energy Law Clinic Became a South Side Legacy

    This story appears in the Chicago-Kent College of Law's Spring 2021 Alumni Magazine. To read the entire magazine online, follow this link. Those who know Keith Harley call him cerebral...

    Chicago-Kent Student Takes “Top Gun” Title Against Best Trial Advocacy Competitors in the Country

    It’s the trial competition to end all trial competitions—a one-on-one virtual courtroom battle to determine the best of the best student advocates in the country. Chicago-Kent College of Law student...

    Book by Chicago-Kent Professor Explores Shifting Meaning of Term "Civil Rights"

    “This book revolves around a deceptively simple question: What do we mean when we say that something is an issue of civil rights?” That’s how Christopher Schmidt, professor and associate...

    Constitutional Democracy Project's Youth Summit on "Defund the Police" Highlights Common Ground

    In its effort to teach teenagers constructive discussion about contentious topics, the Chicago-Kent College of Law’s Constitutional Democracy Project recently hosted a youth summit on “defunding the police,” putting social...

    Moot Court Honors Society Standouts Recognized by Peers for Mentorship and Support

    Two Chicago-Kent College of Law students were hailed by their classmates for their dedication to and mentorship within the school’s Moot Court Honor Society, enabling them to receive the organization’s...

    Four Chicago-Kent Students Honored for Criminal Law Clinic Work

    Four Chicago-Kent College of Law students have been honored for helping to successfully petition for the compassionate release of an elderly inmate who was afraid of contracting COVID-19 while in...