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Black Law Students Association Week Highlights the Diversity of Blackness

The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law hosted its annual BLSA Week in February. The week of events was dedicated to conversations about the experience of ...

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Team Wins Midwest Regional Trial Competition

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s Fred Bartlit Center on Trial Advocacy won the Midwest Regional of the National Trial Competition, held remotely in February. The team will go on to compete ...

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Professor Michael Kang Appointed to the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States

In December, the Presidential Commission of the Supreme Court of the United States—established by President Joe Biden—voted unanimously to submit its report on the role and operation of the ...

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NULR Hosts 2021 Symposium, “Reimagining Property in the Era of Inequality”

In November, Northwestern University Law Review hosted its 2021 Symposium, “Reimagining Property in the Era of Inequality,” bringing together scholars of legal history, property, tax, land use, ...

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Hispanic/Latinx History and Culture Scholarship Helps Close Motion to Lead Campaign

Northwestern Pritzker School of Law has concluded the Motion to Lead campaign, its largest fundraising campaign ever, raising $265 million. Stephanie Hosler (WCAS ’95, JD ’99) and Matthew Hosler, ...

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Students Get National Recognition for Law School Papers

Northwestern Pritzker Law students turn their school assignments into national recognition.

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NLawProud: Leonardo Lampret

Leonardo Lampret grew up in a small city in Slovenia. To bring his career to the next level, Leo came to the U.S. to pursue a Masters in Economics and an LLM at Northwestern Law and hopes to use ...

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NLawProud: LaTisha Curtiss

LaTisha Curtiss started her first year of law school on Zoom but that didn’t stop her from creating a community. LaTisha joined the Black Law Students Association, the Women’s Leadership ...

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Law School Wins Top Prize In Milestone Moot Court Competition

In March, the International Trademark Association’s prestigious Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition celebrated its 30th anniversary as law school students from across the United States ...

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