The March edition of your Alumni E-Brief





 March 2016
Alumni EBrief
Chicago-Kent's moot court team wins third in a row

For the third year in a row, Chicago-Kent students have won the national championship and best brief award at the William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition.  Further, Chicago-Kent students have won this competition four of the last five years. Read more…



Judges' Night

Join Chicago-Kent alumni, students and Hispanic and Latino judges and attorneys from throughout Chicago to honor Judge Rossana P. Fernandez '96. Register Now!



11th Distinguished Labor Leader Lecture

Join us to hear AFL-CIO Executive Vice President Tefere Gebre deliver the 11th Distinguished Labor Leader Lecture,  “Changing the Rules to Create Shared Prosperity.” Register Now!



Alumni CLE Series: Privacy

Join us for a free CLE program on Privacy Law. Featured privacy law attorneys will provide valuable insights and practical experience in the ever-changing landscape of regulations, laws, data-security and privacy standards designed to protect individual privacy. This program is eligible for 2 hours of general Illinois MCLE credit.  Register Now!

baker named distinguished professor
Illinois Institute of Technology has appointed Katharine K. Baker as Distinguished Professor, the highest honor awarded to faculty. Read more…  
diversity week
This week, Chicago-Kent celebrates Diversity Week 2016 featuring a full roster of events celebrating the importance of diversity and inclusion at the law school and in the legal community.  Read more…  
law offices launches newsletter
The Law Offices of Chicago-Kent has launched a newsletter to re-introduce you to the nation’s largest in-house clinical education program. Read more…
stay connected
Join the more than 3,300 alumni, faculty, and students who are members of the Chicago-Kent Alumni Association’s LinkedIn Group
phonathon to start
Chicago-Kent's Spring Phonathon Campaign begins on Monday. Our callers will be reaching out to alumni seeking to update your contact information, share the latest news from Chicago-Kent and invite you to donate to the law school. 
Making a gift can be easier online than by phone. To avoid the phone call and make your gift online, click here.  
alumni spotlight
When appointed to the Circuit Court of Cook County in 2015, Rossana Fernandez ’96 became the first Hispanic woman to serve on the court. She was instrumental in implementing the first immigration law course at Chicago-Kent. HLLSA will honor her on March 3 at their annual Judges’ Night. 
submit a class note
Share your current professional and community achievements with the Alumni Association by submitting a class note. Class notes will be featured in the 2016 Chicago-Kent magazine which will be published this summer. Submit your update by April 1 to  
past event photos
View photos from past alumni events by visiting the Photo Archives on the Alumni Association website.   

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