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04.10.2023

“We tend to be super nerds, I would say, proud ethics nerds”: Professors Wendy Muchman and Mary Foster Revolutionize the Game of Ethics

Since coming to the Law School over 20 years ago, Wendy Muchman and Mary Foster have been able to completely change the way students interact with the subject of ethics and professional ...

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03.20.2023

NLawProud: Sherrese Smith (JD ’96)

Sherrese Smith (JD '96) may be surprised to be called a pathbreaker, but charting the way for others has always been an important part of her journey.

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03.14.2023

Northwestern Pritzker Law Teams Take Home Victories

Two teams from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law won the regional competition for the National Trial Competition and the Monroe E Price Media Law Moot Court Competition, respectively. Both have ...

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03.08.2023

Serah Lawal (JD ’25) Receives Inaugural Joyce Hughes Scholarship

Serah Lawal (JD’25), a 1L student from New York City, knew Northwestern Pritzker School of Law was her dream school when she made a visit to campus in April 2022. After a conversation with ...

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02.28.2023

NLawProud: The Greer Family

After meeting as undergrads, Ernest and Patrice Greer arrived at Northwestern to earn their graduate degrees. Ernest (JD ’91) studied law and Patrice (MBA ’91) studied business. Today their ...

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02.28.2023

Northwestern Pritzker Law Launches New West Coast Initiative

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law is delighted to announce the launch of the West Coast Initiative, an expansion of the Law School’s innovative San Francisco Immersion program into Seattle and ...

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11.11.2022

“While the Unknown is Scary, You’re More Prepared Than You Think”: Alicia L. Crawford (JD ’24) on Transitioning from Military Life to Student Life

The student body at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law is vibrant. It’s full of individuals from all walks of life—whether they’re non-traditional, fresh out of undergrad, or starting a second ...

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11.08.2022

NULR Hosts 2022 Symposium, “Fraud and the Erosion of Trust”

In October, Northwestern University Law Review hosted its 2022 Symposium, “Fraud and the Erosion of Trust,” bringing together scholars to discuss the history of fraud in America. U.S. District ...

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05.27.2022

Student Organization Spotlight: APALSA

APALSA’s mission is to cultivate a supportive community for Asian Pacific American students at Northwestern Pritzker Law, increase awareness of the political, cultural, and social roles of Asian ...

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