• Student Contributions

    Guest posts by Chicago-Kent students.

    Student Brief: Mark Rosen: What Our Constitution Does (and Does Not) Do

    by  • October 20, 2009 • Student Contributions • 0 Comments

    By Student Blogger Danny Hergott

    In honor of Constitution Day, constitutional law Prof. Mark Rosen presented his thoughts on the founding document of the United States of America.  The event was held at Chicago-Kent and attracted a diverse audience of students, faculty members and interested members of the public. 

    Prof. Rosen began by immediately admitting his bias: "I love the Constitution." (Perhaps constitutional law professors are required to publicly admit their love of the Constitution on Constitution Day.  See here for other Constitution Day requirements.)  In any event, Prof. Rosen possesses more than strong feelings for the document; he is an erudite scholar of its history and interpretation.  See some of his work here.

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    Student Brief: Iraq Panel Discussion

    by  • October 20, 2009 • Student Contributions • 0 Comments

    Student Blogger Mark Berardi

    On September 24, the Federalist Society hosted a panel discussion on the development of a fair legal system in Iraq. The panel members were Ilya Shapiro from the Cato Institute, Daniel Rothenberg from the International Human Rights Law Institute at DePaul University College of Law and Professor Henry Perritt, Jr. from Chicago-Kent College of Law.  Each was asked about their thoughts regarding the rebuilding of the Iraqi legal system and what is necessary to ensure rule of law in the country.

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