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07.02.2019

NLawProud: Jack Jennings (JD ’67) & Steve Molinari

We’re celebrating Pride month and our LGBTQIA+ community. Meet Jack Jennings (JD ’67) and Steve Molinari who are celebrating their 50th anniversary and have established a scholarship ...

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05.06.2019

NLawProud: Michael Bassi (JD ’19)

Army Veteran Michael Bassi (JD ’19) loved serving his country but wanted to test his potential outside of the military. He chose to pursue a law degree and it opened up doors he couldn’t even ...

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03.06.2019

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Women in Law

Women make up 38% of lawyers in the United States, and even though 51% of current law students are women, only 22% of law firm partners are women. Professor Tonja Jacobi takes a closer look at ...

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12.03.2018

NLawProud: Justice Richard Bernstein (JD ’99)

On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we are #NLawProud to share Justice Richard Bernstein’s incredible story. Justice Bernstein (JD ’99) was born blind and in 2014 ...

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11.05.2018

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Campaign Finance

There was 5 billion dollars spent in the last federal election cycle. Who’s giving that money, why are they able to give so much, and what does it mean for the political process? Professor ...

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09.04.2018

NLawProud: Dean Kimberly Yuracko

Meet Northwestern Law’s first female dean Kimberly Yuracko.

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08.28.2018

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Immigration Law

Professor Uzoamaka Emeka Nzelibe explains asylum law, the refugee definition, and why there’s so much misinformation about immigration.

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06.21.2018

NLawProud: Derek Jones (JD-MBA ’18)

Derek Jones (JD-MBA ’18) combined his dream of becoming a lawyer with his experience in tech and intellectual property in Northwestern’s JD-MBA program.

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06.01.2018

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Big Data & Privacy

Do you know how your data is being collected and where it’s going? Professor Matthew Kugler explains why it matters.

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