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08.22.2017

Jamie Lynn Crofts (JD ’13) Goes Viral with Satirical Defense of John Oliver and the First Amendment

In a June episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, the HBO host took on the coal industry and President Trump’s promise to bring back more coal jobs. The segment featured coal mining ...

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06.12.2017

LearnLeo Looks to Improve Law School and Beyond

The online platform created by Wilson Tsu (JD-MBA ’08) uses technology to save time and enhance learning.

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01.26.2017

NLawProud: Hon. Dean Hansell (JD ’77)

Not only did California Superior Court Judge, Hon. Dean Hansell (JD ’77), co-found the west coast chapter of GLAAD, he is one of only 17 openly gay judges of the 430 on the Los Angeles Superior ...

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12.06.2016

NLawProud: Courtney Armstrong (BA ’93, JD-MBA ’97)

Courtney Armstrong (BA ’93, JD-MBA ’97), executive vice president for world business affairs at Warner Brothers Pictures, combined his Northwestern degrees with his lifelong passion for movies to ...

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10.19.2016

NLawProud: J.B. Pritzker (JD ’93)

J.B. Pritzker (JD ’93) discusses the importance of giving back.

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10.18.2016

NLawProud: Professor Juliet Sorensen

Juliet Sorensen, Harry R. Horrow Professor in International Law with the Bluhm Legal Clinic’s Center for International Human Rights, created the Access to Health Project, bringing together ...

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10.17.2016

NLawProud: Gina Chen (JD ’17)

Gina Chen (JD ’17), who grew up visiting her grandparents in the Chinese countryside, worked with teammates from the Kellogg School of Management and McCormick School of Engineering in an ...

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10.13.2016

NLawProud: Donna Haddad (JD ’95)

From supporting a 40-country region from her office in Dubai, to working with the team teaching Watson Arabic, Donna Haddad’s (JD ’95) career with IBM has brought surprises and ...

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10.11.2016

Sunil Harjani (JD ’00) & Priya Harjani (JD ’00)

Sunil and Priya Harjani (JD ’00) met at Northwestern Law orientation. Fifteen years later, they were both winning headline-making cases.

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