Diplomas and Composite Pictures for Class of 2007
Diplomas and composite pictures for the class of 2007 graduates will be mailed to whatever address we (OILP) have on file for you. We expect to mail these important documents later this summer (not before August) so please contact us with the address you want us to use if you think we have an old address for you!
Summer Program for Foreign Undergraduate Law Students
From July 23 – August 10, the OILP will again conduct a summer program for foreign undergraduate law students. Students from the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) and from Chongqing’s Southwest University of Politics and Law (SWUPL) will be taught by Professor Jerry Lavin, assisted by Chicago-Kent rising third year student Hunter Hogan. The program includes lectures, a mock trial, site visits and excursions to legal, cultural and business institutions in the Chicago area. The group will also spend time at a baseball game and at Six Flags Amusement park
Alumni information for LL.M. and Exchange students
As you graduate and become Chicago-Kent alums, there are a few things to
be aware of:
All kentlaw.edu student accounts will terminate in July 30, 2007 after the July 2007 bar exam. December graduates e-mail accounts will terminate at the same time. The Alumni Relations Office automatically assigns each graduate a kentlaw.alum.iit.edu e-mail for life. This is a web-based e-mail address that is housed on a server at IIT. Details regarding set up and further instructions are as follows:
Chicago-Kent College of Law is pleased to inform you that free (kentlawalum.iit.edu) email service is now active. Your account has been created automatically. No sign up is necessary. Please see below for information on how to access your alumni email account and how to set it up to automatically forward your mail to any address you wish.
If you do not wish to use this email service, Chicago-Kent would still love to stay in touch with you wherever your path may take you. Please send your new email address to the Office of Alumni Relations by emailing email@example.com.
Please be aware that Chicago-Kent alum e-mail accounts are hosted by the Office of Technology Services (OTS) at the Illinois Institute of Technology Main Campus Since the accounts are not part of the Kentlaw system, the e-mail address of your alumni account may be in a format different than what you were assigned at Chicago-Kent.
You may reach your new Chicago-Kent alumnae/i e-mail account by accessing the IIT web portal at http://my.iit.edu/ . Your username and password are as follows:
Username: [IIT UID]
[ Month and day of your birth date + last four digits of your campus wide ID (CWID) ]
If you were born on April 9 and your CWID is 12345678, your password would be: 04095678 .
Your IIT UID and CWID values can be found on the welcome page you see after logging in to Chicago-Kent’s Web for Students system via http://webmail.kentlaw.edu/ .
Once you have logged into the my.iit.edu portal, simply click on the red envelope icon for e-mail at the top of the page. Instructions for how to transfer messages from your Chicago-Kent account to your alumni account as well how to setup mail forwarding appear below. A frequently asked questions list along with a complete illustrated tutorial of the e-mail system used by the Chicago-Kent alumni e-mail accounts may be found at: http://ots.iit.edu/newemail/index.html
Keep in touch! The best way to keep in contact with your LL.M. and Exchange student classmates and friends is to visit the Chicago-Kent Office of Alumni Relations and join the Alumni Online Community.
"Guns, Takings and Trade"
What do “fast track” trade promotion authority (TPA), the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, and US ‘takings law’ have in common? Well, for one thing, they describe flash points in our political discourse where partisans have staked out ideologically strident positions. For another, they are all topics of very current, heated debate. Finally, when looked at from a small-d democratic perspective, these issues support a remarkable convergence of right and left viewpoints that should make any partisan sit up and take notice.
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