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Wall Street Journal – IIT accounts

Learn how you can use your IIT login and CWID to sign up for personal access to the Wall Street Journal and subscribe to email newsletters or alerts. Continue reading

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New York Times Customized Subscriptions

Did you know you have access to a free subscription of the New York Times at Chicago-Kent? Did you know you can customize what news you get via email? In an era of information overload, personalized news alerts and email … Continue reading

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Summer Construction in the Library

If you haven’t visited our library since exams ended, you may be surprised to see the major changes that have occurred over the last few weeks. As our campus prepares to welcome the IIT Institute of Design to this building, … Continue reading

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Edicts from Apartheid

We’ve blogged once or twice before about the books in our Library of International Relations (LIR) collection, built over several decades by Eloise ReQua, a Chicagoan who believed that books could foster better understanding among cultures. One volume that recently … Continue reading

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New Students (and Old Ones, too): Take Advantage of the Library’s Access to the New York Times

Welcome, incoming Chicago-Kent 1Ls (and welcome back, returning students).  If you’d like free access to the New York Times (and who wouldn’t?), take advantage of the Chicago-Kent Law Library’s subscription. The process is simple: To access the library’s subscription, first create an account using … Continue reading

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Archival Chicago-Kent Display

This year marks the 125th Anniversary of the founding of the Chicago College of Law–a forerunner of what would eventually become the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.  To commemorate this occasion, the school has put together an array of events, … Continue reading

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Washington’s Papers Slept Here

In April, I wrote about the Library of International Relations (LIR), which has been a valuable part of the Law Library’s collection since 1983. Today, let’s take a closer look at one of the gems of the LIR. In the … Continue reading

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Not Your [Grand]Daddy’s Law School Exams

With final exams rapidly approaching, students are beginning to buckle down and prepare in earnest for the challenges of the end of the semester.  It is no secret that law school exams are designed to be challenging—even for very capable … Continue reading

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The Secret Library

Have you ever wondered what this sign is all about? The Library of International Relations (LIR) at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law is the legacy of LIR founder Eloise ReQua, who created the LIR to help promote international understanding of … Continue reading

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Take a Break with the Library’s Pop Culture Collection!

Are you looking for a good beach read for spring break? Stop by the library’s Law and Popular Culture collection to pick up some light reading or a movie to enjoy over your time off. Did you know Chicago-Kent’s Professor … Continue reading

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