A roundup of faculty appearances in news sources and media from the last week, 10/25 to 10/31.
10/30 – Professor Joan Steinman was quoted in a Consumer Reports story about efforts to unmask a certain “Company Doe” (“Consumer groups aim to unmask Company Doe by unsealing secret court record”).
10/30 – Dean Harold Krent was quoted in a National Law Journal article about 1L programs at Chicago-Kent (“1Ls Get A Chance to Specialize at Chicago-Kent,” behind account wall).
10/30 – The Oyez Project/ISCOTUSnow announced their Deep Dive for this year, an intensive exploration of the upcoming Supreme Court case Town of Greece v. Galloway. The case examines the constitutionality of almost exclusively Christian prayers offered at the beginning of city council meetings over a period of years. Check out the multimedia website on the case, which features a timeline, descriptions of the major precedents and issues, video discussions with IIT Chicago-Kent faculty members (including Sheldon Nahmod and Carolyn Shapiro), and links to lower court documents and other resources.
For more information, contact the Office of Public Affairs at IIT Chicago-Kent.