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    American Constitution Society Recognizes Chicago-Kent Student as "Next Generation Leader"

    A progressive nonprofit dedicated to building a diverse legal community in defense of democracy and the United States Constitution has identified a Chicago-Kent College of Law student as one of...

    Chicago-Kent Grad Receives Equal Justice Works Fellowship to Tackle Domestic Violence Issues Within LGBT Community

    It was during his previous three internships at Legal Aid Chicago that Joey Carrillo ’21 found his passion for helping domestic violence victims find some safety. “I never in my...

    Student Leader Attains First-Ever Public Interest Fellowship with Indiana Disability Rights

    There was a time, between going to school and working three jobs, when Natasha Crespo had to take a hard look at her priorities. The first in her family to...

    Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul to Deliver 2021 Commencement Keynote Address

    Kwame Raoul, the current Illinois Attorney General and a 1993 graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, will deliver the keynote address at the law school’s 2021 Commencement. The virtual event...

    Three Chicago-Kent Students Awarded 2021 Stevens Fellowships for Work with Local Non-Profits

    With the desire to advocate for those who have a hard time advocating for themselves, three Chicago-Kent College of Law students have been awarded Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest...

    Chicago-Kent's 2021 Public Interest Awards Promote "Equal Justice for All"

    Reinforcing the ideal of “equal justice for all,” the Chicago-Kent College of Law’s 2021 Public Interest Awards ceremony celebrated the achievements of dozens of Chicago-Kent students, recognized a long-standing relationship...

    Paper on Difficulties Suing Paramedics During COVID-19 Wins IICLE Writing Award

    A timely paper about how a potential increase in COVID-19-related civil actions against emergency medical personnel will face a high bar due to state regulation has won a prestigious writing...

    Outstanding Intellectual Property Student Wins Dolores K. Hanna Trademark Prize

    When Jennifer Nacht received an email that she had won the 2021 Dolores K. Hanna Trademark Prize, she had to read it twice. Maybe even three times. “I was completely...

    Entry About Working on Family's Packaging Line Wins Zemm Labor and Employment Law Award

    With a personal essay highlighting her experiences working the packaging line of her family’s plant, Chicago-Kent College of Law student Samantha Buddig has been awarded the Sandra P. Zemm Prize...

    preLaw Magazine Gives High Ratings to Intellectual Property, Environmental Law, and ADR Programs

    Chicago-Kent College of Law’s intellectual property, environmental law, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) programs received top ratings in the spring 2021 issue of preLaw Magazine. The intellectual property program received...