Jo Ann Dominguez is a student in our evening division who came to the law school with years of experience as a senior legal analyst in the cybersecurity field. In addition to working full time and taking classes, she’s also found time to contribute as a student leader in our CyberSecurity and Data Privacy Society, where she can share her industry perspective with other students. Continue reading “Meet Jo Ann Dominguez, Class of 2021”
Cristina McNeiley was drawn to the legal profession by her powerful personal story and desire to make a difference. As a student, she is already giving back through her leadership roles in several organizations. In this profile, she shares the resources and skills she’s using to build her career and the ways she looks forward to creating opportunities for other women with similar backgrounds. Continue reading “Meet Cristina McNeiley, Class of 2020”
Hubert Zanczak enjoys challenges: in the classroom, in conversations, and in his leadership roles with our student organizations. Learn what drew him to the legal profession and about the courses at Chicago-Kent that helped him envision the role he wants to play in protecting data privacy. Continue reading “Meet Hubert Zanczak, Class of 2020”
Keisha McClellan came to Chicago-Kent with a background in television production and branding and now focuses on cybersecurity, data privacy, digital antipiracy, and intellectual property protection. She built on her professional accomplishments by taking on roles in student organizations, legal blogging, and summer experiences, and sharing her expertise with others at Chicago-Kent and beyond. Continue reading “Meet Keisha McClellan, Class of 2019”
Everardo came to Chicago-Kent with a background in engineering, drawn by the strong reputation of our IP and legal writing programs. He took advantage of the flexibility of programs like 1L Your Way and the evening division to find more professional opportunities as a student. Beyond the classroom, his experiences with local bar associations and student organizations helped him build relationships both as a mentor and mentee in the legal field. Continue reading “Meet Everardo Tapia Vergara, Class of 2019”
Michael McGee gained an early introduction to Chicago-Kent and Chicago’s legal community through the PLUS program as an undergraduate student. As a law student, he quickly found ways to engage in programs that fit his goals. We’re glad he also finds time to share his skills as a Student Advocate and a leader of our Student Bar Association. Continue reading “Meet Michael McGee, Class of 2020”
On October 9, 2018, our Federalist Society hosted an event with Professor Josh Blackman of South Texas College of Law and Chicago-Kent’s Professor Mark Rosen to discuss the constitutional merits of using the First and Second Amendments to address 3D-printed guns.
The full video of this event is embedded below, following the discussion section. Continue reading “Event Recap: 3D-Printed Guns and the 1st & 2nd Amendments”
On October 10, Our Immigration Law Society invited Professor Jack Chin of UC Davis School of Law to share research from his book Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965: Legislating a New America.
Looking over the history of immigration, he contrasted narratives of white nationalism with civil rights reforms that reduced racial discrimination in American citizenship. Continue reading “Event Recap: White Nationalism & Immigration”
Third-year student Andrew Willis enjoys creating space for in-depth discussion of current legal topics. As a student leader, he has partnered across organizations and worked with faculty to bring in influential speakers for events. He is also active as a legal blogger and has shared his views on legal podcasts and social media.
- Class year: 2019
- Division: Full-time day
- Hometown: Homer Glen, IL
- Academic Background: B.S. in Paralegal Studies, Liberty University
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Over the spring and summer of 2018, Illinois Tech contributed to a collaborative project — involving the ABA Center for Innovation, the IIT Institute of Design, IIT’s Computer Science program and a Chicago-Kent student — that created an innovative new solution to convey Miranda warnings consistently and accurately across language divisions.
Since Miranda warnings started being used routinely more than 50 years ago, after the Supreme Court’s ruling in Miranda v. Arizona, no one has formally made uniform translations available to ensure that Miranda rights are being communicated accurately to non-English speakers. The ABA’s Hispanic Commission took on the project of creating a solution for Spanish speakers, and their work led to this project. Continue reading “Miranda Rights Warnings Project”