Samantha Wolfe

Student and Alumni Stories

Chicago-Kent is home to an amazing community, with a diverse range of interests and backgrounds. Brouse our stories below for pictures and perspectives from our students, recent graduates, and alumni of note.

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  1. Fighting for Equality

    • (LAW ’19)

    Elisabeth Hieber (LAW '19) has already made an impact in improving the lives of transgender, nonbinary, and gender non-conforming people. As a student, Hieber drafted a new amendment to the...

  2. International Exchange

    • (LL.M. International Intellectual Property Law ’04)

    Mariano Municoy (LL.M. ’04) was already pursuing an LL.M. in Law and Economics at Torcuato di Tella University in Buenos Aires, Argentina, when he decided to take advantage of the...

  3. Getting an Early Start on Law School

    • (LAW ’20)

    Student Bar Association President Michael McGee (LAW ’20) got an early introduction to Chicago-Kent College of Law through the law school’s Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars Program, a rigorous three-week summer program...

  4. Excellence at Competition

    • (LAW ’20)

    Former college wrestling team captain Bryant Roby (LAW ’20) continues to mentor his fellow students as president of Chicago-Kent’s Moot Court Honor Society. In spring 2019 he organized and helped...

  5. Embracing Intellectual Challenges

    • (LAW ’20)

    After graduation, Hubert Zanczak (LAW ’20) wants to help protect data privacy. “Technology is all around us, and it makes our lives better, safer, and more efficient," he says. "But...

  6. Academic Excellence

    • (LAW ’21)

    Born and raised in Chicago, Evan McLaughlin (LAW '21) decided to pursue law school while earning his bachelor’s degree in political science at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. “In college...