The June edition of your Alumni E-Brief





 June 2017
Alumni EBrief
celebrate alumni involvement

Nominations for the 2017 Alumni Awards will be accepted through Tuesday, June 27. Nominate a Chicago-Kent graduate who has made an impact at the law school or in the legal community in any of four categories. Recipients will be recognized at the 39th Annual Alumni Awards Celebration on November 16, 2017.  Submit a nomination.



Illinois Tech Morton Arboretum Family Event

Join the Illinois Tech Alumni Association for a family day at The Morton Arboretum. Come enjoy a continental breakfast while you mingle with alumni, family, and friends. We hope you will stay and spend the rest of your day exploring The Arboretum. Register now.



Annual Business Valuation Symposium

Join us for the inaugural Business Valuation Symposium: A Guide to the Changing Legal Environment. Learn about timely topics such as choosing the most effective valuation methodology and understanding the impact the Trump administration will have on the value of business interests. This program is eligible for 4.0 hours of CLE credit. Register now.



Alumni Networking Event at kCura

Join the Illinois Tech Young Alumni Council and Chicagoland Alumni Chapter - City Branch for a happy hour at kCura's corporate office. Network with other Illinois Tech alumni and get an inside look at the kCura office. Register now.



Class of 1987 - 30th Reunion Celebration

Chicago-Kent Class of 1987, join your classmates at a reunion at Gibson's Bar & Steakhouse.  Catch up and reminisce while enjoying hors d' voeures and an open bar. Spouses and significant others are welcome.   Register now.

Dan Katz
on-campus interviewing
Chicago-Kent's Career Services Office (CSO) invites employers to participate in the law school’s 2017 Fall Recruiting Program which will begin on August 7. If you are unable to recruit on campus, CSO offers "Resume Collect" and "Direct Contact" as alternatives to OCI. Learn more...
Trophy cases
two professors listed in
best lawyers once again
For the second consecutive year, Professors Lori Andrews and Sheldon Nahmod have been listed in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.  Professor Andrews is named as one of six leading Illinois lawyers in the area of biotechnology law. Professor Nahmod is named as one of the four leading Illinois lawyers in the area of municipal law. Read more...
Judges Wall
Aima Mori, Stephen Spector and David Zumba, have been awarded Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Summer Fellowships. Stevens Fellowships are open to first- and second-year students. Fellows are selected based on their commitment to public service and their potential for excellence throughout their legal careers.  Read more...
pre-law undergradute
scholars (plus) program

This month, a diverse group of students will participate in the 16th annual PLUS Program. This rigorous, three-week program is designed to prepare students for law school and targets undergraduate students from groups that are underrepresented in the legal profession. Read more...

Dan Katz
library resources for
Access to the knowledgeable staff and resources at the Chicago-Kent Law Library does not stop at graduation. Alumni are encouraged to call, email or stop by the reference desk for help with research questions. Learn more...
Judges Wall
alumni advisor network
Volunteer to serve as an informal resource to students to discuss practice trends, legal markets across the nation, and other career-related topics, while helping them build their legal network. Sign up to serve as a member of the Alumni Advisor Network when you complete your MyKent profile.

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