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A Case of Love: An Engagement Story in the Classroom

One day in the early 1990s, Professor Len Rubinowitz received a phone call during office hours from a man who introduced himself as Marc Mettes.

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Daniel W. Linna Jr. Joins Illinois Supreme Court AI Task Force

The Task Force’s 20 judges, practitioners, and academics are charged with gathering knowledge and recommending how the Illinois Judicial Branch should regulate and use AI in the future.

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Harsha Marti (JD-MBA ‘02) Establishes the Marti Family Fellowship

The Fellowship will offer aspiring scholars a much-needed pathway to a career in law teaching by providing mentorship, opportunities to present research, and academic placement support

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Where Business, Law, and STEM Converge

Celebrating its 10th year, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Master of Science in Law program prepares students for diverse roles in a myriad of fields Working in leadership roles in the ...

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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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Professor Zachary Clopton Appointed to Advisory Committee on Civil Rules

Chief Justice John Roberts recently appointed Professor Zachary Clopton to the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules. This role will help the Supreme Court shape the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Welcomes New Students for Orientation Week

Last week, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law welcomed incoming students to the Law School with a week of campus-wide events to celebrate the start of the 2023-24 academic year.

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Robin Walker Sterling Among Scholars Receiving $2 Million Gift to Support Children’s Constitutional Rights

In June, an anonymous donor gifted $2.1 million to support children’s constitutional rights. The newly funded project, the Advancement of Children’s Constitutional Rights consortium, includes ...

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Celebrates Professor Emerita Joyce A. Hughes

On Friday, April 14, the Northwestern Pritzker Law community, family, close friends, and colleagues gathered in the Thorne auditorium to celebrate the legacy of Joyce A. Hughes, trailblazer and ...

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