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10.13.2020

NLawProud: Linda Xochitl Tortolero (JD ’05)

Linda Xochitl Tortolero (JD ’05) is a proud first-generation Chicagoan. She grew up in a Mexican-American family that stressed the importance of giving back to her community. Today Linda is the ...

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09.01.2020

Robin Walker Sterling Joins Bluhm Legal Clinic as Director and Associate Dean of Clinical Education

Sterling's research and teaching interests include clinical advocacy, criminal law, and juvenile justice, and her current work explores extending the right to a jury trial to juveniles facing ...

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08.21.2020

Q & A with Interim Dean James Speta: “These Are Incredibly Difficult Times”

James Speta has been named interim dean at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Here he discusses his immediate priorities, how the Law School will navigate the educational challenges posed by a ...

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04.24.2020

NLawProud: G. Marcus Cole (JD ’93)

G. Marcus Cole (JD ’93) grew up in the Terrace Village housing projects in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. And even though he’d never met any lawyers, his parents and teachers were certain that’s what ...

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03.16.2020

In His Own Words: Justice John Paul Stevens on His Years at Northwestern Law

In this excerpt of his recent memoir, The Making of a Justice: Reflections on My First 94 Years, the late Supreme Court Justice remembers the Northwestern Law courses and professors who ...

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03.13.2020

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Honors Seven Distinguished Alumni

For the seventh year, several esteemed Law School alumni were given the honor for their work and achievements in law. The awards and recipients are: Distinguished Alumni Award James D. ...

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02.20.2020

50 Years Later: Members of the Class of ’67 Look Back

It can be hard to imagine, upon graduating law school, that you might still be connected with your fellow classmates 50 years later. Yet, as decades of alumni reunions have shown, being a ...

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02.18.2020

Remembering Justice John Paul Stevens (JD ’47)

A lawyer’s most valuable asset is his or her reputation for integrity,” John Paul Stevens wrote in his recent memoir, The Making of a Justice: Reflections on My First 94 Years. Justice Stevens, ...

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02.13.2020

NLawProud: Professor Joyce A. Hughes

Professor Joyce Hughes was born in Alabama during the time of rigid segregation. Through the grit and determination she inherited from her mother, Professor Hughes went on to become the ...

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