A roundup of faculty appearances in news sources and media from the last week, 2/20/14 to 2/27/14.
2/24 – Douglas Godfrey was featured in a Fox 32 video and article on the arrest of drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman (“‘El Chapo’ charged in Mexico, remains Chicago’s Public Enemy No. 1”).
Godfrey was also interviewed by WDCB Public Radio for a segment on Guzman (2/26, “Drug Lord’s Arrest Could Put Legal Communities At Risk”). Listen below:
2/24 – Dean Harold Krent was featured in an ABA Journal article on Chicago-Kent’s new clinical rotation program for 1Ls, a part of the 1L Your Way program (“Chicago law school adds clinical rotation for 1Ls”). According to its website, “the clinical rotation option aims to help students refine their career interests by gaining exposure to diverse areas of law practice early in their schooling.”
2/27 – Ed Lee’s scholarship was mentioned in a Reuters article on the intellectual property cases before the US Supreme Court this Term (“U.S. high court sets record for intellectual property caseload”).
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