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09.18.2017

Law Profs Experiment with EdTech at New Event

Dean Daniel B. Rodriguez welcomed the faculty members of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law to TEaCH LAW. The new event was designed to encourage the use of technology tools to help increase ...

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09.01.2017

Clinic Secures Reversed Attempted Murder Conviction for 14-Year-Old Client

Professors Maria Hawilo and Thomas Geraghty of Northwestern Pritzker Law's Bluhm Legal Clinic, former clinical fellow Gregor Calhan, and students Megan Richard, Brooke Troutman, Irene Wilburn, ...

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08.30.2017

Law Student Survival Guide: Streeterville

Welcome to Chicago! You can probably tell you’re going to love it here, but the city is big and you may not know where to start. Let us help—here’s a quick guide to your new home-base: ...

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08.22.2017

Jamie Lynn Crofts (JD ’13) Goes Viral with Satirical Defense of John Oliver and the First Amendment

In a June episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, the HBO host took on the coal industry and President Trump’s promise to bring back more coal jobs. The segment featured coal mining ...

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08.15.2017

Professor Marshall Shapo Receives 2018 Prosser Award from AALS

Marshall S. Shapo, Frederic P. Vose Professor of Law, was named the recipient of the 2018 William L. Prosser Award by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section on Torts and ...

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08.07.2017

Northwestern Law to Accept GRE Beginning Next Year

Starting in Fall 2018, Northwestern Law will allow JD applicants to submit either the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) for admission the following year.

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07.17.2017

A Conversation with Professor James Pfander on ‘Constitutional Torts and the War on Terror’

In his new book, James E. Pfander, Owen L. Coon Professor of Law, examines the judicial response to human rights claims arising from the Bush Administration’s war on terror. Despite widespread ...

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06.26.2017

Five Kellogg Courses Available to Law Students This Fall

Starting in Fall 2017, JD and LLM students will have the opportunity to take a suite of five core Kellogg courses taught by full-time Kellogg professors, devoted solely to law students.

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06.22.2017

CWCY Client Brendan Dassey Wins at Seventh Circuit

The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit upheld the district court’s August 2016 decision granting Brendan Dassey’s petition for a writ of habeas corpus.

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