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11.18.2020

Fall Lectures Discuss Lincoln’s Legacy and Derivatives Markets

This fall, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law hosted two of its most popular lecture series.

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11.10.2020

“I Can Do Hard Things”: Veteran Law Students on Navigating Law School

The veteran community at Northwestern Pritzker Law is as diverse as the student body, with veterans of various backgrounds and branches of the armed forces. But student veterans share a common ...

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11.06.2020

Brendan Duffy (JD ’17) to Clerk for Justice Amy Coney Barrett

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law alum Brendan Duffy (JD ’17) will clerk for Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett for the October 2020 term. Duffy is one of four clerks selected by Justice ...

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11.02.2020

Zachary Clopton Elected to the American Law Institute

Zachary Clopton, Professor of Law, has been elected as a new member of the American Law Institute (ALI), the leading independent U.S. organization producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize ...

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10.27.2020

Bostock v. Clayton County and the Challenges of LGBTQ Advocacy

On October 15, Pamela S. Karlan, Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Professor of Public Interest Law at Stanford University and Co-Director of Stanford Law’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, joined ...

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10.14.2020

Coronavirus Behind Bars: Clinic attorneys accelerate COVID-19 mass prison release efforts

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, prison reform activists jumped into action, flagging the unique dangers of the coronavirus behind bars. But as activists have gained ground in states like ...

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10.13.2020

Where Do We Go from Here After the Breonna Taylor Verdict: Gender, Race, and the Future of Social Movements

On October 1, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law co-hosted an academic panel discussion on the Breonna Taylor grand jury verdict.

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10.05.2020

Northwestern Law Professors Receive Grant to Continue Work with Victims of Mortgage Fraud

Federal Bar Association grant will fund program about the legal rights and responsibilities of home ownership.

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09.18.2020

Racial Justice Teach-In Part of National Effort to Protest Police Violence and Racism

During the second week of September, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law faculty and the Office of Inclusion & Engagement hosted its first-ever Northwestern Law Racial Justice Virtual Teach-In.

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