Meet Zoe Appler, Class of 2022

Zoe started her 1L year in our part-time evening and is continuing now in the full-time day program. She’s originally from New York. Learn how her theatre background led her to the Trial Advocacy Program at Chicago-Kent stood out to her. Her favorite class with Judge Erickson, Criminal Law, has confirmed that path. Zoe also shares what she would have done differently when applying to law schools and how she found the right fit at Chicago-Kent. Continue reading “Meet Zoe Appler, Class of 2022”

Meet Manuela Vergara, Class of 2022

Manuela is a 1L originally from Bogota, Colombia. Learn how the 1L Your Way options and her classes helped her consider which areas of law she’s most interested in pursuing. She also shares opportunities like the Future Law Practice Program and mentoring connections that have helped her navigate her path as a law student and legal professional. Continue reading “Meet Manuela Vergara, Class of 2022”

Meet Erin Monforti, Class of 2022

Erin is a 1L who grew up in Chicago. In high school, she saw the impact of legal reasoning and was intrigued by public policy. Learn what she loved about her torts class and the opportunities she’s looking forward to in Chicago-Kent’s certificate programs. Erin also gives advice to incoming students, describes why she loves Chicago, and how she enjoys the city. Continue reading “Meet Erin Monforti, Class of 2022”

Meet Rebecca Quade, Class of 2019

Rebecca Quade chose Chicago-Kent for the practical and immersive education that would help her build the skills she needs for her legal career. She found professors who support her goals and opportunities to push herself and discover new passions as a student leader. Continue reading “Meet Rebecca Quade, Class of 2019”

Meet Elizabeth Orr, Class of 2019

Elizabeth Orr has always known how she wants to use her skills as a lawyer. In this profile, she shares the opportunities at Chicago-Kent that have given her the perspective she needs to find the best area of law for her. She also shares the opportunities she’s had as a leader in our student organizations to invest in other students. Continue reading “Meet Elizabeth Orr, Class of 2019”