IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law is proud of the accomplishments of its more than 14,000 alumni around the world. From CEOs and entrepreneurs to government officials and non-profit leaders, Chicago-Kent alumni have made their mark on the legal community and beyond.
Since 1978, the annual Alumni Awards have honored alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the practice of law, the judiciary, public service/government, business/commerce or the media, as well as those who have made significant financial and/or volunteer contributions to the law school.
Public Interest AwardsLearn more
At Public Interest Awards Night each spring, the Alumni Association celebrates alumni who devote their careers to the public good and demonstrate outstanding public service leadership, as well as those in private practice who have shown a substantial commitment to pro bono service.
125 Alumni of DistinctionLearn more
In connection with Chicago-Kent’s 125th anniversary in 2013, the Alumni Association recognized 125 alumni for their outstanding professional achievements.
Officially known as Iustitiam Servaverunt, which means “in the service of justice,” the Judges’ Wall is an artistic tribute to Chicago-Kent’s more than 125-year-old tradition of educating judges and recognizes law school alumni who have served on state and federal courts.
Every gift to IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, no matter the size, advances the school and its students. We are proud to embrace donors to Chicago-Kent as friends and investors in Chicago-Kent's future and acknowledge these generous contribution through an annuall honor roll and several recognition societies.
Volunteer RecognitionLearn more
Each year, Chicago-Kent is proud to recognize the hundreds of volunteers who generously share their time and talent with students and fellow alumni. Our volunteers play an essential role at the law school by serving on advisory boards, sharing career advice, hosting students for externships, mentoring students and recent graduates and coaching our championships trial advocacy and moot court teams.