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05.08.2018

NLawProud: Terrill Swift

Terrill Swift spent fifteen years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. The work of the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth (CWCY) gave him his life back.

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04.02.2018

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Net Neutrality

What if a single policy could impact American democracy, culture, and competitiveness? Here’s Professor Jim Speta with what you need to know about Net Neutrality right now.

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03.21.2018

NLawProud: Debbie Farmer (JD ’19)

Debbie Farmer (JD ’19) never gave up on her dream to become a lawyer. Today she balances school and motherhood and is a standout law student.

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02.27.2018

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Consent

Professor Deborah Tuerkheimer explains affirmative consent, force requirements, and how skepticism was historically baked into rape law.

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02.06.2018

NLawProud: Charles Johson

Charles Johnson spent twenty years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. The work of the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth gave him his life back.

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01.09.2018

NLawProud: Kobby Lartey (JD ’18)

Kobby Lartey (JD ’18) grew up watching lawyers work at the forefront of the new democracy movement in Ghana. Now he intends to use his law degree to help people in the United States, Ghana, ...

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05.15.2017

NLawProud: Tom Geraghty (JD ’69)

“I think it’s extremely important that our graduates understand the challenges society faces,” says Bluhm Legal-Clinic Director Tom Geraghty (JD ’69). Join us as we ...

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01.26.2017

NLawProud: Hon. Dean Hansell (JD ’77)

Not only did California Superior Court Judge, Hon. Dean Hansell (JD ’77), co-found the west coast chapter of GLAAD, he is one of only 17 openly gay judges of the 430 on the Los Angeles Superior ...

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12.06.2016

NLawProud: Courtney Armstrong (BA ’93, JD-MBA ’97)

Courtney Armstrong (BA ’93, JD-MBA ’97), executive vice president for world business affairs at Warner Brothers Pictures, combined his Northwestern degrees with his lifelong passion for movies to ...

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