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Northwestern Pritzker Law Co-Hosts “Brown v. Board of Education at 70: An Evolving Legacy” Event

Seventy years after the Supreme Court found segregated schools unconstitutional, Brown vs. Board of Education continues to shape education policy and practice as well as the legal field. ...

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Exploring Interdisciplinary Careers: High School Students Engage with Law and STEM at Northwestern Pritzker Law

A cohort of 125 high school students from six STEM-focused Chicago Public Schools recently participated in a unique educational opportunity with the Master of Science in Law (MSL) Program at ...

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How Social Media is Changing Defamation Law

Counsel in Carroll v. Trump and Freeman v. Giuliani cases say social media apps have changed the way they litigate.

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Pushback to DEI and the Impact on Women in the Legal Profession

On March 27, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Gender Equity Initiative (GEI) and Alumni Relations and Development, in partnership with the Women of Color Collective Alumni Affinity Group, ...

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Minow Debate Series Addresses Whether Citizens United Has Undermined Democracy

On February 21, 2024, students, faculty, alumni, and guests filled Thorne Auditorium to observe the latest installment of the Newt and Jo Minow Debate Series at Northwestern Pritzker School of ...

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Co-Hosts “Generative AI + Entertainment: Opportunity, Ethics, and Law”

On February 1, Northwestern Pritzker Law, in collaboration with the School of Communication, held “Generative AI+Entertainment: Opportunity, Ethics, and Law,” a collaborative conference that ...

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Looking to the Past 100 Years Since the 1924 Indian Citizenship Act

Native scholars and law professionals gather at Northwestern Pritzker Law for conference on Indigenous sovereignty, community.

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Hosts “The Knox Conversations: Threats to Democracy.”

On October 26, Northwestern Pritzker Law held “The Knox Conversations: Threats to Democracy,” a discussion featuring a compelling, bipartisan panel of America’s most incisive political thinkers ...

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MSL Symposium Keynote Underscores Opportunity for Leadership at the Intersection of Law and Technology

On Monday, May 8, Wendy L. Rubas, chief legal officer at Working Smarter, delivered a keynote address as part of the Master of Science in Law (MSL) program’s 5th Annual Symposium – an event ...

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