• Weekly Faculty in the News, 11/21

    by  • November 21, 2013 • Faculty in the News • 0 Comments

    A roundup of faculty appearances in news sources and media from the last week, 11/14 to 11/21.

    11/15 – Dean Harold Krent was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin article about all nine Illinois law schools posting bar exam pass rates above the national average (“U. of C. hits 99 percent on bar exam pass rate,” behind paywall).

    11/15 – Professor Ron Staudt was mentioned in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about The Chicago Bar Foundation’s Justice Entrepreneurs Project (“Bridging the ‘justice gap’”). Staudt, who directs Chicago-Kent’s Center for Access to Justice and Technology, helped plan the Project.

    11/15 – Professor Todd Haugh was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times article about the sentencing of “hacktivist” Jeremy Hammond (“Chicago hacker gets 10 years in prison for cyberattacks”).

    Other news:

    11/14 – A recent article by Professor Todd Haugh, “Sentencing the Why of White Collar Crime” (forthcoming in the Fordham Law Review), was featured on the White Collar Crime Prof Blog.

    11/20 – Professor Sheldon Nahmod authored a new post on his blog, Nahmod Law (“Certiorari Granted in Plumhoff v. Rickard: Excessive Force, High-Speed Police Pursuits and Scott v. Harris”).

    For more information, contact the Office of Public Affairs at IIT Chicago-Kent.


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