The December edition of your Alumni E-Brief





 December 2015
Alumni EBrief
Solo & Small practice incubator enters 4th year

Now in its fourth year, Chicago-Kent's Solo & Small Practice Incubator (SSPI) is a one-year program designed to offer a select group of entrepreneurial-minded recent graduates with valuable experience and ongoing training to help build their professional careers as solo or small firm legal practitioners. SSPI encourages and supports its graduates by providing substantive skills training workshops, coaching in marketing and business development, mentoring support, networking opportunities, and an array of other resources. Participation is limited to a select group of graduates. Applications for the 2016 will be accepted through January 15, 2016. Learn More...



Illinois Tech Bay Area Alumni Gathering

Join the Illinois Tech Alumni Association at the Google "Tech Corners" Campus in Sunnyvale and be among the first to meet and visit with the newly inaugurated Illinois Tech President Alan W. Cramb. Register Now



Illinois Tech Los Angeles Alumni Gathering

Join the Illinois Tech Alumni Association, Illinios Tech President Alan W. Cramb and Chicago-Kent Dean Hal Krent for a reception in Los Angeles.



Illinios Tech San Diego Alumni Gathering

Join the Illinois Tech Alumni Association and Illinois Tech President Alan W. Cramb for a reception in San Diego.



ASCK Week: Save the Date

Save the date for Alumni-Student ConneKtions Week! ASCK Week is a week-long extravaganza of opportunities for students to network and connect with Chicago-Kent alumni and gain valuable career-related skills. Activities include informational interviews, mock interviews, job shadowing, Coffee ConneKtions and a networking reception.

Associate Professors Kim Bailey and Christopher Schmidt have been named Freehling Fellows for 2015-18. Bailey most recently published "Watching Me: The War on Crime, Privacy, and the State" in the University of California-Davis Law Review and Schmidt recently published "The Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Divide" in the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties. Read More...
The Alumni Association is looking for alumni who have published works of fiction to feature in a display in the law school. If you have published a work of fiction, or know of a Chicago-Kent graduate who has, please email
subscribe to the oyez newsletter
The Oyez Project at Chicago-Kent is a multimedia archive devoted to making the Supreme Court of the United States accessible to everyone. Oyez has launched a newsletter that will go out at the end of each sitting at the Supreme Court summarizing key cases, highlighting moments from arguments, and sharing what's new on the Oyez website. Subscribe here.  
IIT Giving Day infographic
illinois tech giving day raises $700k
On November 17, Illinois Tech raised more that $700,000 from 860 alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the university. This includes 69 Chicago-Kent alumni, whose gifts were each matched with $250 for the Chicago-Kent General Scholarship Fund, resulting in an extra $17,250 for student scholarships! Read More...
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FEATURED Volunteer opportunity
Chicago-Kent Alumni Ambassadors work with the Office of Admissions to contact admitted students who have not yet decided to attend Chicago-Kent. Ambassadors introduce the school through the eyes of alumni and answer any questions the student might have. Contact takes place February through April, and alumni residing anywhere in the world can participate. Our goal is to match alumni with students who have similar backgrounds or interests.Read More...
Marty Hauselman
Alumni Spotlight
Marty Hauselman '60 is a partner in the law firm Hauselman, Rappin & Olswang, Ltd., specializing in real estate law and creditors' rights. He previously taught at Chicago-Kent for more than two decades and was a member of the Alumni Board of Directors. Marty is also a lifetime member of the James Kent Loyalty Society, having donated to the law school every year for more than 25 years. 
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Past event photos
View photos from the Alumni Awards Celebration and other past alumni events by visiting the Photo Archives on the Alumni Association website.  
Give to CK
give to Chicago-kent

Make a difference in the lives of Chicago-Kent students by giving to the law school by December 31. Alumni who give for five or more consecutive years are eligible for membership in the James Kent Loyalty Society, while alumni who give $1,000 or more this fiscal year will be recognized with membership in the Senior Partner Council. Give Now


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