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02.18.2020

Distinguished Trial Lawyer Faith Gay (JD ’86) to Address Class of 2020

Acclaimed trial lawyer and advocate Faith Gay (JD '86) will deliver the convocation address to the Class of 2020.

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09.24.2019

Law School Hosts USPTO Hearings on October 3

On Thursday, October 3, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) will hold live hearings at Northwestern Law.

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05.22.2019

Convocation Celebrates Northwestern Law Class of 2019

On Friday, May 17, 589 graduates were joined by faculty, family, and friends for the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s 2019 convocation ceremony at the Chicago Theatre.

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04.18.2019

How Northwestern Law Is Addressing Mental Health

Northwestern Law faculty, alumni, and students vow to create healthier and happier attorneys.

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03.18.2019

Courtney D. Armstrong (JD ’97) to Address Class of 2019

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law is thrilled to announce that Courtney D. Armstrong (BS ’93, JD ’97, MBA ’97) will deliver the main convocation address to the Class of 2019. Convocation will ...

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02.20.2019

CFJC Immigration Attorneys and Students Help Asylum-Seekers at the Border

In the final days of winter break, Children and Family Justice Center attorneys Uzoamaka Emeka Nzelibe, clinical associate professor of law, and Amy Martin, Immigration Law Fellow, led a dozen ...

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11.11.2018

Legal Eagles: How Military Vets Navigate Law School

From fighter plane cockpits to the courtroom – a look at the lives of veterans who pursue a new career path in law.

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09.13.2018

Federal Circuit to Hear Arguments at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law will host the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit as part of its October 2018 session in Chicago.

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07.03.2018

Making the Law a Laughing Matter

Before ever appearing in a court of law, Professors Jason C. DeSanto, K.M. Zouhary, and Stephen Reed had all gotten comfortable commanding the stage as improv players. Find out why they consider ...

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