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  • Student Honors, Scholarships and Fellowships

    Making the World a Better Place: Chicago-Kent Hosts 2024 Public Interest Awards

    “I’m really grateful to have landed here where we have a really big, robust public interest community,” says Jacob Marshall ’24. “I really have no idea where I would be...

    “I Do Belong Here”: First-Year Law Student Selected for Federal Judicial Fellowship

    Jacqueline Garcia ’26 grew up with a negative view of the justice system. “I know many people who have made mistakes in their lives, including some family and friends,” she...

    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...

    A New Path

    The second time his attorney missed filing for his appeal, Marshan Allen asked his family for one thing. “Just get me a typewriter,” Allen said. He was sent to prison...

    Chicago-Kent Student Awarded Peggy Browning Fellowship

    A Chicago-Kent College of Law student was one of a select few to receive a prestigious national fellowship to conduct legal work for a national labor union this summer. Grace...

    Strubbe Writing Prize Winner Explores Remedies Against Employers Disclosing Medical Data

    A paper exploring easier ways to attain legal remedies against employers who improperly disclose medical information won Chicago-Kent College of Law’s premier labor and employment law writing competition. Ricardo Santiago...