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Michael McGee, Class of 2020, Answers Prospective Students Questions at the LSAC Law School Forum in Washington, D.C.

Michael McGee a rising 2L at Chicago-Kent College of Law attends LSAC Law School Forum in Washington D.C. answers prospective students questions and provides his insight.

Law School Application Process: Top Admissions Questions

Get ready to have your top admissions questions answered by our Assistant Dean Nicole Vilches and Director of Admissions Gabriela Amador.

Law School Personal Statements

Join us for an in-depth discussion of how to create a strong personal statement with guest presenter is Karen Buttenbaum, Partner at Spivey Consulting and Assistant Dean Nicole Vilches.

End of 2L Year by Andrea Augustinas, J.D. Candidate 2018

End of 2L Year by Andrea Augustinas, J.D. Candidate 2018 “Carve out some alone time for yourself too, where you can. You’ll need it for the reflecting you’ll be doing, trying to figure out if you’re on course to reach your goals.”

Why I Love Teaching First Year Contracts:

By Chicago-Kent Law Professor Felice Batlan  My Contracts class brings up some of the most fundamental issues in our society including the right to certain types of freedom, the limits of autonomy, how…

End of 1L Year by Andrea Augustinas, J.D. Candidate 2018

I recently completed my 1L year at Chicago-Kent. I was born and raised in the Chicagoland area and have been living in the city for the past 3 years. I have a Bachelor…

The C-K Advantage

Hello all!  I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday filled with food, family, and fun!  Today we have the honor of having a guest post on the blog.  The blogger is a current…

Don’t be Scared of the LSAT

So you think you want to go to law school?  After answering “yes” to that important question, you’ll need to take the LSAT (Law School Admissions Test).  If you’ve never heard of the…

Writing a Winning Personal Statement

As we start to gear up for the 2015-16 admissions cycle, our office thought it would be beneficial to provide some tips on writing a good personal statement.  Each law school values personal…

Chicago’s Alfresco Guide – Part 2

Part 2 of the alfresco guide will focus on River West/West Loop. This is especially important because Chicago-Kent is located in the West Loop. Right now students are taking summer classes and judiciously studying for the bar exam, so a little summer sun within walking distance is just what the doctor ordered!

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