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10.18.2018

Jim Speta, Harry R. Horrow Professor in International Law, Appointed Vice Dean

Professor Jim Speta was recently appointed Vice Dean of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law by Dean Kim Yuracko. In his new role, Speta will oversee the Law School’s international programs and ...

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09.19.2018

Ceremony Celebrates Installation of Yuracko as Dean

On September 6, Kimberly Yuracko was formally installed as the dean of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law in a Lincoln Hall ceremony attended by University President Morton Schapiro, Provost ...

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09.04.2018

NLawProud: Dean Kimberly Yuracko

Meet Northwestern Law’s first female dean Kimberly Yuracko.

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07.13.2018

Professor Kathleen Dillon Narko to Receive ABA Liberty Achievement Award

Kathleen Dillon Narko, Clinical Professor of Law, will receive the 2018 Liberty Achievement Award from the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section. The award ...

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06.21.2018

NLawProud: Derek Jones (JD-MBA ’18)

Derek Jones (JD-MBA ’18) combined his dream of becoming a lawyer with his experience in tech and intellectual property in Northwestern’s JD-MBA program.

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06.20.2018

Giving Voice to the Law School’s Past

The newest collection in the Pritzker Legal Research Center doesn’t contain a single book, journal or article. Instead, the Law School library has been hard at work archiving records of a ...

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05.29.2018

Joseph Becker Wins Outstanding Student Award from Clinical Legal Education Association

Earlier this month, Joseph Becker (JD ’18) became the first Northwestern Pritzker School of Law student to win the Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA)’s Outstanding Student Award for his ...

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05.17.2018

Lanny and Sharon Martin Atrium Dedicated

On Thursday, April 19, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law formally dedicated the south atrium addition as the Lanny and Sharon Martin Atrium, in recognition of the Martins’ extraordinary ...

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05.08.2018

NLawProud: Terrill Swift

Terrill Swift spent fifteen years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. The work of the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth (CWCY) gave him his life back.

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