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Melissa Castillo West (JD ’24) Named Equal Justice Works Fellow

Melissa Castillo West (JD ’24) joins 83 other recent law school graduates who will spend the next two years as Equal Justice Works Fellows. During her time with the Chicago Coalition for the ...

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Professor Monica Llorente (JD ’00) and Judge Patricia Logue (JD ’86) Receive Chicago Bar Association’s Vanguard Award

Professor Monica Llorente (JD ’00), Senior Lecturer at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, has received the Vanguard Award from the Chicago Bar Association. Judge Patricia Logue (JD ’86), who ...

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From Chicago to the World: 25 Years of Northwestern Pritzker Law’s International Team Project

This past spring break, Yona Isaacs (JD ’24) was one of 21 students who traveled to Bosnia as part of this year’s International Team Project (ITP). There, they interviewed local attorneys and ...

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Professor Genevieve Tokíc Elected as Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel

Professor Genevieve Tokíc, Senior Lecturer and Associate Director at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Tax Program, has been honored as a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel (ACTC). ...

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Co-Hosts “Brown v. Board of Education at 70: An Evolving Legacy” Event

Seventy years after the Supreme Court found segregated schools unconstitutional, Brown vs. Board of Education continues to shape education policy and practice as well as the legal field. ...

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Introducing Northwestern Pritzker Law’s 2024 Post-Graduate Fellows

Five recent Northwestern Pritzker School of Law graduates received Northwestern Law post-graduate fellowships this year to support their work addressing issues such as economic justice, education ...

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Celebrating Pride Month: A Conversation With Kara Ingelhart

This year, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Bluhm Legal Clinic launched the LGBTQI+ Rights Clinic to advance advocacy in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex ...

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President Biden Taps April Perry (JD ’03) for District Court Judge

On April 24, President Biden nominated April Perry as a United States District Court Judge for the Northern District of Illinois. The president had previously nominated Perry to serve as ...

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Kyle Rozema Publishes Study on Affirmative Action Bans and Law School Diversity

Kyle Rozema, Professor of Law and Co-Director of the JD/PhD Program and Academic Placement at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, has a new working paper titled “Affirmative Action and Racial ...

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