Part 2 of the alfresco guide will focus on River West/West Loop. This is especially important because Chicago-Kent is located in the West Loop. Right now students are taking summer classes and judiciously studying for the bar exam, so a little summer sun within walking distance is just what the doctor ordered!
Hi all, Happy Monday! Unlike the weather predictions (cold and rainy), this weekend turned out to be beautiful! Maybe not summer-like weather, …
May is FINALLY here! Is anyone else just as excited as I am for warm weather??? Chicago winters can be a tad harsh, but the summer definitely makes up for any -30 degree weather. So, in honor of the approaching warm weather, I thought it would be fun to do a little alfresco guide. Each segment, I’ll pick a different neighborhood, and this week it’s River North.
Chicago-Kent student, Hanna Kaufman, spoke at the White House Forum on Increasing Access to Justice about her work in the Justice and Technology Practicum.
Dean Harold J. Krent cordially invites admitted students to attend the Admitted Students Weekend on March 27-28. This is an excellent opportunity to visit Chicago-Kent, meet your future classmates, and learn more about our community. During the weekend, you will have the opportunity to meet Chicago-Kent faculty, students and alumni, and learn more about what to expect during your first year of law school.
Hello and welcome to our very first blog post! My name is Emily and I’m the Assistant Director of Admissions here at Chicago-Kent. Through this blog, our team is hoping to not only provide you with useful information about the admissions process, but also share with you what makes Chicago-Kent and the city of Chicago great. You’ll hear from other staff members, students, and professors on all things Chicago and Chicago-Kent.