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03.11.2022

Black Law Students Association Week Highlights the Diversity of Blackness

The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law hosted its annual BLSA Week in February. The week of events was dedicated to conversations about the experience of ...

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02.22.2022

Bartie-Greer Opportunity Scholarship Inspired By 30-Year Friendship

After three decades of friendship, Ernest Greer (JD ’91) and Jared Bartie (JD ’93) have endowed the Bartie-Greer Opportunity Scholarship, which will support Law School students who bring distinct ...

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02.07.2022

NLawProud: Professor Paul Gowder

Professor Paul Gowder says when the government operates via power, rather than the law, people of color pay the price. He’s been thinking and writing about “the rule of law” and to what extent ...

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01.24.2022

DREAM Week Welcomes Nikole Hannah-Jones and Highlights Annual Oratorical Contest

In late January, Northwestern University hosted DREAM Week, celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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10.19.2021

Hispanic/Latinx History and Culture Scholarship Helps Close Motion to Lead Campaign

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law has concluded the Motion to Lead campaign, its largest fundraising campaign ever, raising $265 million. Stephanie Hosler (WCAS ’95, JD ’99) and Matthew Hosler, ...

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03.18.2021

A Safe, Fair, and Dignified Workplace

On the Planet Lex podcast, Tina Tchen (JD '84), former chief of staff to Michelle Obama and president and CEO of Time’s Up Now and the Time’s Up Foundation, discusses how the law can actually ...

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02.03.2021

DREAM Week Discussions Highlight Civil Uprisings and Frustrations of Past Year

Northwestern University hosted DREAM Week in January, celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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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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04.13.2020

Q&A with Joyce Hughes: A Pioneer in Law

Joyce Hughes, professor of law, began her career at Northwestern in 1975, after four years of teaching at the University of Minnesota Law School. When she received tenure in 1979, she became the ...

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