Jane McBride '95 (L) and Julie Sollinger '96 (R), the 2008 recipients of the Marovitz Award. Nominations for the 2009 awards are now open.
In This Issue
News and Announcements
Help us recruit the best and brightest law students to Chicago-Kent by serving as an Alumni Ambassador.
A Chicago-Kent Alumni Ambassador works with the Office of Admissions to call admitted students who haven’t confirmed their attendance to Chicago-Kent. The purpose of the phone call is to introduce the school through an alumnus’ eyes and answer any questions the student might have. Our goal with the program is also to match alumni with students who have similar backgrounds or interests.
All calls to admitted students will occur during February and March 2009. The deadline to sign up to be an Ambassador is January 15, 2009.
Applications are available to volunteer for Chicago-Kent Alumni Board of Directors. The Alumni Board of Directors represents the Chicago-Kent alumni community by overseeing and supporting various programs and events. The Board is dedicated to the goal of strengthening bonds between the law school and its students and graduates, and serves as a voice for the Chicago-Kent alumni community.
If you are interested in applying or nominating a fellow alumnus/a to be a Board of Director, please return the application by March 2, 2009. If you have questions, please contact Tara Anderson, Director of Alumni Relations at 312.906.5245 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Felice Batlan and Chicago-Kent student, William Allen '10, are co-editors of the 2008 Financial Crisis Primer, an evolving, online compilation that highlights of some of the best and most accessible resources on the financial crisis, including the congressional testimony of key players, articles on the failure of regulation, editorials on the government's bailout of banks, books on previous financial debacles, and the voices of people who have lost homes in foreclosures. The editors invite suggestions for new material to post as events unfold.
Got news? Submit your class notes for the Spring 2009 Chicago-Kent Magazine. If you have a class note update, please log on to the Alumni Online Community to make your class note submission and let us know what is going on in your life, or send an email to email@example.com. (If you are not yet a member of the online community, sign up here).
Class notes submitted by Thursday, January 15 will be included in the Spring 2009 issue of Chicago-Kent Magazine. We look forward to hearing what you are up to!
Looking to grow your personal and professional network? In addition to all the features offered on the Chicago-Kent Alumni Online Community, there are also several options for alumni to connect with each other through various social networking sites:
Arizona Alumni Gathering
Dean Harold J. Krent will host a cocktail reception for Chicago-Kent and IIT alumni at the Marriott Camelback Inn in Scottsdale.
RSVP by Wednesday, January 21, 2009 to firstname.lastname@example.org or (312) 906-5240.
Using Technology to Organize and Present Cases
This seminar will illustrate how technology is effectively used to present information to juries and mediation panels, to manage complex litigation, to prepare and execute cross examination, and to assess feedback from focus group presentations. Attendees will see demonstrations of innovative technology in opening and closing argument presentations, direct examination of expert witnesses, and mediation presentations.
Attendees are eligible for 7.0 Hours of IL MCLE credit. For more information and to register, visit www.kentlaw.edu/depts/cle.
Nearly 300 alumni and friends of the law school attended the 2008 Alumni Awards & Recognition Luncheon on December 11, 2008 at the Standard Club. The event, emceed by Chicago TV/Radio Personality, Bruce Wolf ’81, and hosted by the Chicago-Kent Alumni Board of Directors, honored the 2008 Alumni Award Recipients and recognized those individuals who volunteered for the law school in 2007-2008.
Photos from this event are available on the Alumni Online Community at www.alumni.kentlaw.edu/awards2008.
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