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For Chicago-Kent and Stuart Graduate School of Business

October 1999 through April 2001:  Summaries of media placements and interviews are presented by month below (in reverse chronological order).


April 2001

Professor Richard Gonzalez was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about a suit filed by a group of men who claimed that A ďLadiesí NightĒ activities at a local bar discriminate against them because of their gender.† The Tribune also quoted Professor Gonzalez in an editorial it published about the issue.

Professor Evelyn Brody was quoted in a Baltimore Sun story about the City of Baltimore=s

imposition of an energy tax and how nonprofit organizations, which are usually tax-exempt, will have to pay the tax.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was mentioned in a Washington Times story about DCS1000,

the FBIís e-mail surveillance system formerly known as Carnivore.

Professor Richard Kling was interviewed on WBBM-TV about the verdict in the Girl X case.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in an ABA Journal article about gene patenting.

Professor Elie Geisler was quoted in a University Wire story about why consumers should not rely on the Internet for health care information.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Professor Sheldon Nahmod with panelists from Chicago-Kentís 18th annual conference on Section 1983 Civil Rights Litigation.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a United Press International story about electronic privacy.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Virginian-Pilot story about the legal, ethical and financial issues regarding the use of human organs in research.

Chicago-Kent student-volunteers were quoted in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and Chicago Journal stories about their work helping immigrants comply with the Legal Immigration and Family Equity Act before the April 30 deadline.

Adjunct Professor Keith Harley was quoted in a New Jersey Law Journal article about environmental racism and the EPAís backlog, which hampers the agencyís ability to investigate cases.

The Chicago Tribune published an article reviewing Professor Lori Andrewsí two new books: Body Bazaar: The Market for Human Tissue in the Biotechnology Age and Future Perfect: Confronting Decisions About Genetics.†

Maureen Stimming director of career services, was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about the increasing number of women graduating from law school and the possible impact on the legal profession.

Coverage of memorial services honoring the late Judge Abraham Lincoln Marovitz Ď25 mentioned that he graduated from the law school in 1925.

The Chicago Tribune published an op-ed piece by Professor Richard Gonzalez regarding civility on the field of Little League play.

Professor Ronald Staudt was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about IITís AAccess to Justice@ project.

The Washington Post published a review of Professor Lori Andrewsí book Body Bazaar: The Market for Human Tissue in the Biotechnology Age.


March 2001

Professor Harold Krent was interviewed by WMAQ-TV and quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about a Web site created by Chicago-Kent students and the City of Chicagoís Consumer Services Department to warn bettors about the dangers of online gambling sites. Prof. Krent was also quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer and† Baltimore Daily Record about the project.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was interviewed by WMAQ-TV about a New York man who stole personal information about a number of celebrities and used the data to open up accounts in their names.

Professor Richard Kling was interviewed by WLS-TV and quoted in the Chicago Sun-Times about the murder of Chicago attorney Richard Cunningham. ††

Dean Perritt and Professor Ralph Brill were quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about the death of senior federal judge Abraham Lincoln Marovitz† Ď25. Stories on WLS-TV and WFLD-TV showed the Chicago-Kent courtroom named in the judgeís honor. Obituaries in the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times noted that Judge Marovitz graduated from the law school in 1925.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about human cloning.

Professor Joel Goldhar was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald story about lessons businesses can learn from the dot.com crash.

Professor Kling was interviewed by WBBM-AM and WFLD-TV about testimony in the Girl X case and the credibility of the victim, who was incapable of verbal communication.†††††††††††

Professor Steven Harris was quoted in the Legal Intelligencer and New Jersey Law Journal about the revision of UCC Article 9.

The Washington Times published a review of Professor Lori Andrewsí book, Body Bazaar: The Market for Human Tissue in the Biotechnology Age.

Adjunct Professor Eldon Ham was quoted in two New York Daily News stories about NBA players who sport tattoos that advertise products.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Professor Ronald Staudt; Todd Pedwell, manager of the Justice Web Collaboratory; and IV Ashton, Chicago-Kentís former director of institutional projects. The caption mentioned IITís ďAccess to JusticeĒ project.

Newsbytes, the Post-Newsweek wire service, quoted Professor Harold Krentís remarks from his talk at ďComputers, Freedom and Privacy,Ē a conference on information privacy held in Cambridge, Mass. Professor Krent discussed the Carnivore system.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., with attorneys who participated in Chicago-Kentís 2001 Law as a Profession program.

Adjunct Professor Eldon Ham was quoted in a New York Daily News story about NCAA rules that prohibit menís basketball teams from playing in the National Invitation Tournament if they have been offered a bid to play in the NCAA tournament.†

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in an Info World Daily News article on privacy issues.


February 2001

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a Time Magazine cover story about presidential pardons. He was interviewed about pardons by WLS-TV and WDCB-FM and was quoted in a Scripps Howard News Service story.

Professor Lori Andrews was a guest on CNN's "The Point with Greta Van Susteren" to discuss human cloning.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was quoted in a National Law Journal story about a U.S. Supreme Court Case that will decide whether the "prevailing party" is eligible to collect attorney's fees in civil rights cases.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was interviewed about the Napster decision by WLS-TV and WDCB-FM.

Professor Bartram Brown appeared on WTTW's "Chicago Tonight" as part of a panel discussing U.S. airstrikes against Iraq.

Professor Martin Malin was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about men who balance work and home issues.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about findings in a Chicago Reporter study indicating that while minority politicians who are accused of crimes are brought to trial faster than their white counterparts, convicted white politicians are sentenced to more time in jail.

Dean Perritt was interviewed by WBBM-TV about online privacy issues.

Professor Andrews was quoted in a Slate Magazine article about eugenics.

Professor Steven Harris was quoted in a New Jersey Law Journal story about the first revision of Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code since 1972.

Professor Andrews was profiled in the February issue of Chicago Magazine.

Professor Malin was a guest on WBEZ-FM's "Odyssey." The program topic was the "Impact of the Economic Downturn."

Professor Gary Laser was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about whether the Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar should release the scores of those who fail the bar exam to their respective law schools.

Professor Andrews was quoted in a UPI story about her remarks before the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Professor Andrews said that unless current patent laws are changed, human embryos could one day be patented.

The Chicago Daily Herald "Crime and Justice" column mentioned Chicago-Kent's two award-winning regional mock trial competition teams.

Professor Andrews was quoted in a Biotechnology Newswatch article about the birth of a monkey genetically modified to express a flourescent jellyfish gene.

Professor Krent was interviewed by WDCB-FM about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in a case about whether state governments are subject to liability under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Professor Richard Warner was quoted in a Modern Physician story about a legal dispute between a software developer and a university over medical procedures that are trade secrets.

A review of Body Bazaar, a new book co-authored by Professor Andrews and Dorothy Nelkin, was published in New Scientist.

Chicago-Kent was mentioned in two stories about the FBI's decision to change the name of the Carnivore system. The stories were published by Post-Newsweek's Newsbytes and by the National Journal's Technology Daily.


January 2001

Professor Lori Andrews, director of IIT's Institute for Science, Law and Technology, was quoted in two Chicago Tribune stories as well as in the New York Times, Dallas Morning News, and American Health Line about a genetically altered monkey created by researchers at the Oregon Regional Primate Research Center. The New York Times story was reprinted in several newspapers throughout the country and in the International Herald Tribune.

Professor Joel Goldhar was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about Motorola's decision to move its cellular phone manufacturing operations out of McHenry County.

Professor Peggie Smith was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune and on "The Cliff Kelley Show" on WVON-AM about the nomination of Linda Chavez for labor secretary and Chavez' subsequent withdrawal from consideration.

Professor Harold Krent was interviewed by WMAQ-TV, WGN-TV and WBBM-AM about former President Clinton's commutation of former congressman Mel Reynolds' six-year prison sentence.

Professors Howard Eglit, Harold Krent and Mark Rosen were shown in a front-page photograph in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin moderating a discussion about the U.S. Supreme Court arguments in Bush v. Gore.

Professor Dan Tarlock was quoted in the Chicago Sun-Times about the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling that the Federal Clean Water Act does not prevent a group of Chicago suburbs from building a landfill atop ponds used by migrating birds.

Professor Peggie Smith was a guest on "The Law Show" to discuss issues related to employing private, paid household workers. The nationally syndicated program is heard on public radio stations, on some ABC Radio News Network stations, on Armed Forces Radio stations and on the Internet.

Professor Krent was interviewed by WMAQ-TV about civil and criminal liability for online gambling.

Professor Goldhar was quoted in two Investor's Business Daily stories: one on the increase in productivity in the American work force, and the other on what happens to productivity when the economy slows down.

Professor Krent was a guest on WTTW-TV's "Chicago Tonight" as part of a panel discussing presidential pardons.

Adjunct Professor Eldon Ham was a guest on WGN-AM's "Extension 720 with Milt Rosenberg" to discuss the new phenomenon of "sports rage."

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was interviewed about legal issues related to online gambling by WSBT-TV in South Bend, Indiana.

Professor Philip Hablutzel was quoted in a Chicago Lawyer story about how Chicago law firms are building financial services practices.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin ran a front-page photograph of Dean Perritt; Charles Rudnick, assistant dean for international law and policy development; Scott Waguespack of Global Chicago; and Chicago-Kent student Debra Kanoski with visitors from the Pristina University law school.

Professor Krent was quoted in Burt Constable's Chicago Daily Herald column about presidential pardons.

Adjunct Professor Ham was a guest on WLS-AM to discuss sports violence and the trial of former Carolina Panther football player Rae Carruth.

Professor Krent was interviewed twice by WBBM-AM about an agreement between former President Clinton and the independent prosecutor's office. The agreement allows Clinton to avoid a perjury indictment stemming from his 1998 grand jury testimony regarding his relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Professor Krent was interviewed by WDCB-FM, the College of DuPage County's NPR affiliate, about current legal issues, including presidential executive orders, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, and presidential pardons and commutations.

Adjunct Professor Ham's op-ed piece about sports rage was printed in the North Suburban Group of Pioneer Press Newspapers. He also discussed the issue on "The Law Show," a nationally syndicated radio program.

"What to Expect from Super Bowl XXXV," a story broadcast on NPR, mentioned that Chicago-Kent experts were available to comment on topics related to the game.

Chicago-Kent was mentioned in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin article about Chicago-area law school library food and drink policies.


December 2000

Professor Bartram Brown was on WTTW's "Chicago Tonight" as part of a panel discussing the developing foreign policy of the George W. Bush administration.

Professor Joel Goldhar was quoted in a story in the Christian Science Monitor about how marketing tools are becoming more sophisticated to gauge consumers' interests.

Professor Harold Krent was a guest on the "Cliff Kelley Show" on WVON-AM and was interviewed by radio stations and WBBM-AM in Chicago and WDCB in DuPage County about the continuing legal battles to determine the outcome of the 2000 presidential election.

Professor Krent was quoted in a Cox newspaper service story about the Supreme Court's decision in the presidential election cases and it's impact on the Court's reputation.

The National Law Journal published an article about Greenberg v. Miami Children's Hospital, a case in which the plaintiffs are represented by Chicago-Kent's Law Offices and by IIT's Institute for Science Law and Technology.

Professor Krent was interviewed by Minnesota Public Radio and radio stations WBBM-AM in Chicago, WMAY in Springfield and WDCB in DuPage County about the continuing legal battles to determine the outcome of the 2000 presidential election.

Professor Krent was interviewed about presidential pardons by Wireless Flash, an international radio news service.

Professor John Bilson appeared on Webfn television to discuss the impact of the uncertainty about the presidential election on the stock market.

Professor Katharine Baker was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald story about a McHenry County woman who sued her ex-husband's girlfriend for alienation of affection.

Professor Krent was a guest on "The Cliff Kelley Show" on WVON. The topic was the disputed 2000 presidential election.

Professor Krent was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times question-and-answer section about presidential succession upon the deaths of the president-elect and/or the vice-president-elect.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in two Canadian newspapers -- the National Post, the Globe and Mail-- and in Women's Wear Daily about his ruling in favor of a writer who registered the wallmartcanadasucks.com domain name. Dean Perritt served as the WIPO arbitrator on the case filed by Wal-Mart. He held that a domain name containing the word "sucks" cannot create the requisite likelihood of confusion with a trademark not containing that word.

Professor Krent was quoted in Burt Constable's column in the Daily Herald about how Americans will remember the events of the 2000 Presidential election.

Dean Perritt was quoted in Wall Street Journal and New York Times stories about the IIT's review of the Carnivore system. The Times story was reprinted by the International Herald Tribune.

Professor Ralph Brill was mentioned in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about a letter sent by 500 law professors throughout the country urging President Clinton to declare a moratorium on the federal death penalty.

Professor Ronald Staudt was quoted in an article in the ABA's Law Practice Management magazine about how law students are being prepared to use technology in their work following graduation.

Dean Perritt took part in a question and answer interview on slashdot.com concerning IIT's Carnivore system.

Professor Krent was a guest on "The Cliff Kelley Show" on WVON-AM to discuss presidential pardons.

Professor David Thomas was quoted in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about a case in which the Illinois State Supreme Court ordered the First District Appellate Court to vacate the appeal of a Mexican citizen sentenced to life in prison for murder.

Professor Goldhar was a guest on "Chicago Tonight" on WTTW-TV on a program addressing "Holiday Retail Woes."

Professor Krent was quoted in a Computerworld article about how the new president will not be legally bound to continue executive orders or directives issued by his predecessor.

David Saylers, adjunct professor at the Stuart Graduate School of Business, was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald article about the public opinion battle between presidential candidates Al Gore and George W. Bush.

Professor Krent was quoted in a Christian Science Monitor article about Presidential pardons.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph assistant dean Stephen Sowle and Professor Christopher Leslie, a.k.a Santa and his elf, during their appearance at the Downtown Campus party for Suder Elementary School students

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Professor Martin H. Malin with Nancy Mills and William K. Strycker, opening plenary session speakers at Chicago-Kent's Illinois Public Sector Labor Relations Law Program.

Professor Lance Williams and Chicago-Kent students Ann Kim, Michael McGrane and Steven Weiss were shown in a front-page photograph in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin announcing the start of the Information Technology and Entrepreneurship Clinic.

Professor Malin and Professor Howard Eglit were pictured in a group photo which appeared on the cover of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission chairwoman Ida L. Castro, who spoke at Chicago-Kent as part of the EEOC's 35th anniversary celebration.


November 2000

Associate Dean Harold Krent was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald story about the Presidential Succession Act. He was a guest on "The Law Show" and was interviewed about the act by WBBM-AM and by WDCB-FM.

Professor Martin H. Malin was quoted in an ABA Journal article about paternity leave.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about actor Robert Downey, Jr.'s arrest on drug charges.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in an ABA Journal article about the Internet Jurisdiction project.

Associate Dean Harold J. Krent was quoted in two election Q&A columns in the Chicago Sun-Times.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of two Chicago-Kent students who won the Chicago Bar Association's Moot Court Competition.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about IIT's new IPRO on election technologies. WGN-AM ran a news story about the project and Dean Perritt discussed the project on "The Spike O'Dell Show" on WGN-AM.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in an editorial in Investor's Business Daily about the Carnivore system.

Immediately before and after the release of IITRI's draft report on Carnivore, the government's e-mail surveillance system, Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was interviewed by ABC News, Tech TV, APB News.com, the Wall Street Journal, Chronicle of Higher Education, the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Newsbytes, Periscope Daily Defense News Capsules, WBBM-TV, the Associated Press, and UPI.

Associate Dean Harold Krent was quoted in a Cox News Service story about state's rights issues involved in Gov. George W. Bush's U.S. Supreme Court lawsuit against Palm County, Florida, election officials. The story ran in the Palm Beach Post, the Atlanta Journal and Constitution and other newspapers in the Cox chain.

ISLAT fellow Laurie Rosenow was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story and a Science Magazine article about families who are suing a hospital and researcher over control of genetic material used in human research. The families are being represented by Chicago-Kent faculty members.

WGN-TV interviewed Chicago-Kent students about their reactions to the Florida State Supreme Court's ruling in the recount case.

Professor Martin H. Malin was quoted in a National Post (Toronto) story about union organizing in the information technology age.

Professor Lance Williams was quoted in a Medill News Service story about the Information Technology and Entrepreneurship Clinic.

Associate Dean Harold Krent was quoted in three Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel stories about the election recount in Florida.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about a judge who reversed his guilty verdict against a defendant in a murder case.

Associate Dean Harold Krent was a guest on "The Cliff Kelley Show" on WVAZ-FM to talk about legal issues involved in the Florida election. He also appeared on Kelley's program on WVON-AM.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was interviewed about the Yahoo! decision by WGBH radio's "The World Today" program. The program is heard by NPR stations around the country.

Associate Dean Harold Krent was interviewed by WGN-TV about a gag order issued by Highland Park's mayor that prohibited city officials from talking to the media.


October 2000

Professor Christopher Barlow of the Stuart Graduate School of Business was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about virtual classrooms.

Professor Harold Krent was a guest on "The Law Show," a nationally syndicated radio program. The topic was privacy issues considered by the U.S. Supreme Court during the 2000-01 term.

Professor Martin H. Malin was a guest on "Odyssey" on WBEZ-FM. The topic was "Labor Law and the New Economy."

ISLAT fellow Nanette Elster was a guest on "Odyssey" on WBEZ-FM. The program provided an update on the cloning debate.

Adjunct professor Eldon Ham was quoted in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about Olympic blunders. Professor Ham was also interviewed by WLFD-TV about a case involving one athlete suing another for injuries he sustained during a sporting event.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about the availability of campaign and election information on the Internet.

Charles Rudnick, assistant dean for global law and policy development, was interviewed about the deteriorating political situation in Yugoslavia by ABC Radio News, the Daily Southtown, WFLD-TV and WMAQ-TV. Dean Rudnick also appeared on WTTW-TV's "Chicago Tonight."

Michael Burns, assistant dean for admissions, was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about law school admissions.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about the ethical issues involved when parents concieve a child for the purpose of it serving as a donor for an ill sibling.

Professor Mickie Voges was interviewed in the Wilmington Delaware News-Journal about the Napster decision.

Professor Harold Krent was interviewed by CNET Radio about the law school's participation in the evaluation of the Carnivore system.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was interviewed on "The Spike O'Dell Show" on WGN-AM and WDCB-FM about Slobodan Milosevic's refusal to concede defeat in the Yugoslavian election.

An op-ed about the political crisis in the former Yugoslavia written by Charles Rudnick, assistant dean for global law and policy development, was published in the Chicago Sun-Times.

Chicago-Kent professor Lori Andrews was interviewed by CBS News "60 Minutes" in a story about sperm banks.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Gretchen Van Dam, former interim director of the Library of International Relations, with Costa Rican attorney Raul Alberto Barboza Caleron, the first recipient of an LIR fellowship grant.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was mentioned in a Chicago Defender story about the Chicago Board of Election Commisioners' shut down of voteauction.com, an Internet auction site.

The American Lawyer Media Service's Web site published a guest editorial by Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., about voteauction.com.

Professor Joan Steinman was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about a judicial panel's consideration of a move to consolidate nearly 100 lawsuits filed against Ford Motor Co. and Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about the use of laptop computers in law schools.

Professor Harold Krent was interviewed by Minnesota Public Radio about the IITRI review of the Justice Department's Carnivore system.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was quoted in a St. Louis Post Dispatch story about First Amendment issues involved in artist Eduardo Kac's work.

Professor Dan Tarlock was quoted in a Ventura County Star story about the impact that new appointees to the U.S. Supreme Court might have in decisions regarding land use issues in the region.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was interviewed by Webfn about the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court term.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., with Professor Inga Markovits, the law school's 2000 Henry Morris Lecturer.

When five regional telephone regulatory commissions held hearings on the downtown campus to discuss Ameritech/SBC service concerns, media from Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio mentioned Chicago-Kent in their stories.

River North News, Pioneer Press, and the Chicago Sun-Times ran preview stories about the 2000 Consular Ball. Adams/Wells, an online publication, WMAQ-TV and WFLD-TV ran coverage of the event.

BNA's Government Employee Relations Newsletter ran a story about Chicago-Kent's Public Sector Labor Relations Law program.

Photographs and stories about the 2000 Consular Ball were published in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Pioneer Press Newspapers' north suburban sections, Lerner Newspapers and the Chicago Defender. WMAQ-TV ran a stories about honoree Dr. Jehan Sadat.


September 2000

Professor George Nassos, director of the environmental management program at the Stuart Graduate School of Business, was quoted in a story in Crain's Chicago Business about sustainable enterprise.

"Art, Science and Free Speech: The Work of Eduardo Kac," a recent program sponsored by the Institute for Science, Law and Technology and the Institute for Law and the Humanities, was covered in a Boston Globe story. Crews from "World News Tonight with Peter Jennings" and Kurtis Productions interviewed participants. Stories were also published on ABCNews.com, Chicago Tribune and the University Wire. Professor Sheldon Nahmod was quoted in the opening segment of a "Chicago Tonight" program and in a Chicago Tribune "Perspectives" column about Kac's work.

The New York Times published a story about the Second Amendment debate on gun control that was sponsored by Chicago-Kent's Institute for Law and the Humanities at Chicago-Kent last April. The papers from the program were recently published in the Chicago-Kent Law Review.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Judge Thomas Fitzgerald, Justice Warren Wolfson and Christopher Matheny, Chicago-Kent's director of academic administration and student affairs, as they participated in the law school's orientation activities.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Boston Globe story about cloning.

Illinois law.com published a story about Chicago-Kent and IITRI's review of the government's Carnivore system. Stories also appeared in U.S.A. Today, Computerworld, the Associated Press, Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times.

Pioneer Press Newspapers ran a photograph of Consular Ball executive committee members with Marilyn Miglin and Ball emcee Bill Zwecker. Miglin hosted a kick-off party for the 2000 Ball.

WMAQ-TV interviewed Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr. and Professor Harold Krent about their role in the review of the Justice Department's Carnivore system.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front page photograph of Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr. , Global Chicago director Marti Rabinowitch and United Nations Association officials officials with Ahmad Kamal, executive director of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research. Dr. Kamal addressed a Chicago-Kent forum on global technology.


August 2000

Professor Paul Prabhaker of the Stuart Graduate School of Business was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about MBA students who start their own businesses while they are still in school. A photograph of Stuart School alumnus Ousmann Gbane was included in the article.

Professor Richard Kling was interviewed by WMAQ-TV about the Illinois Appellate Court decision to overturn the conviction of a former Chicago police officer for the July 1995 shooting death of a homeless man.

Professor Elie Geisler of the Stuart Graduate School of Business was quoted in a Knight-Ridder Newspapers' story about the peril to managers on the fast-track.

Professor Terrance Norton was interviewed by NBC Nightly News about possible criminal liability suits in the Ford/Firestone tire recall.

Professor Ronald Staudt was interviewed by WFLD-TV about e-lawyering programs and using the Internet to provide legal services to consumers.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a Copley News Service story about efforts to secure a presidential pardon for former Gov. Otto Kerner who died in 1976.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about downsizing at Chicago-Kent and at DePaul.

Professor Howard Eglit was quoted in a Dallas Morning News story about age discrimination in the workplace.

Professor Joel Goldhar of the Stuart Graduate School of Business was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about Motorola's purchase of an electronic fingerprinting company to enhance its services to law enforcement agencies.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., and Professor Lance Williams were quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about two new Chicago-Kent clinical programs in criminal law and e-commerce law. Professor Ronald Staudt was interviewed by WFLD-TV about the availability of legal services on the Internet.

Professor Elie Geisler of the Stuart Graduate School of Business was quoted in a (Bergen County, NJ) Record story about the pros and cons of fast-track management.


July 2000

Professor Sonia Green was quoted in a front page story in the Chicago Sun-Times about a member of the Bahrain royal family who was seeking political asylum in the United States after her marriage to an American serviceman.

Professor Robert Laurent of the Stuart Graduate School of Business was interviewed by ABC Radio News, WVON-AM and WUSN-FM about the reasons for high gasoline prices in the metropolitan Chicago area.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in an article in The American Banker, Legal Intellinger and the New York Law Journal about the ABA/Chicago-Kent Internet Jurisdiction Project.

Professor Harold Krent was interviewed by WMAQ-TV's "Weekend Web" program and quoted in stories published by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and American Lawyer Media Service about Chicago-Kent's participation in ElectionMall.com, an online election and campaign site.

Chicago-Kent student Wamaid Mestey Borges was quoted and pictured in a Chicago Sun-Times story about graduates who choose to go into public interest law.

Professor Philip Hablutzel was quoted in a Chicago Lawyer story about in-house counsel.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Minneapolis Star-Tribune story about provisions in the new digital signatures law.

Professor Richard Warner was quoted in an American Lawyer Media Service story about a family that reneged on a promise to pay a reward for information regarding their missing relative.


June 2000

Chicago-Kent Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in an ABA Journal article about cookies and online privacy.

Professor Terrance Norton was interviewed on WBBM-AM to discuss lawsuits filed by DuPage County prosecutor and police officers against Rolando Cruz and his lawyer.

Professor Edward Kraus was quoted in an American Lawyer Media News Service story about the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Pegram v. Herdrich. The Justices ruled that HMOs could not be sued under federal law for the financial incentives it gives to its doctors to control costs.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod appeared as a guest on WBEZ-FM to provide an analysis of key decisions and trends in the current U.S. Supreme Court term.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about a dispute between the Norfolk Southern railroad and the City of Hammond, Indiana over trains blocking traffic intersections for long periods of time.

Professor Ronald Staudt was quoted in an ABA Journal article about the American Bar Association's e-lawyering initiative.

A Los Angeles Times story cited a 1996 study by Chicago-Kent professor Lori Andrews on errors made during the patient care and monitoring phase of hospital stays.

Professor Philip Hablutzel was interviewed on WEB-SN, a financial news Web site affiliated with the WCIU-TV, about an antitrust case in which the Justice Department is suing both VISA and MasterCard for alleged anticompetitive activities.

Professor Richard Kling and Chicago-Kent student Susana Ortiz were quoted in a story about the death penalty published in the French newspaper, La Presse.

Professor Terrance Norton was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald story about the impact of the acquittal of defendants in the "DuPage 7" trial on former death row inmate Rolando Cruz's civil suit against them.

Adjunct professor Eldon Ham was a guest on WBEZ-FM in Chicago and KUHL-RADIO in Los Angeles about his book, "Playmasters: The Unauthorized History of the NBA From Sellouts to Lockouts."

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about a new master's program in e-commerce courses offered by IIT's Stuart Graduate School of Business that will be taught by entrepreneur Andrew Filipowski and members of his executive team along with the Stuart School faculty.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted by abcnews.com and interviewed by WDCB-FM about the U.S. Supreme Court decision the upheld suspect's Miranda rights in criminal cases.

Professor Christopher Leslie was a guest on WTTW-TV's Chicago Tonight to discuss the court-ordered break up of Microsoft Corp. He was also interviewed on WBEZ-FM about the case.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., vice-president of the downtown campus, was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about e-commerce courses offered by the Stuart Graduate School of Business and taught by entrepreneur Andrew Filipowski and members of his executive team as well as the Stuart School faculty. The Chicago Daily Herald also published a story about the course.

Professor Robert Laurent was interviewed by ABC Radio News, WVON-AM and WUSN-FM about the reasons for high gasoline prices in the metropolitan Chicago area.

Professor Joel Goldhar was quoted in a Chicago Tribune article about Motorola's shift from delivering voice technology to providing data technology for consumers. The article was reprinted in the Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram.

Professor Elie Geisler was quoted in an article in Medicine and Health about the Health Care Financing Administration to establish Medicare coverage criteria for medical technologies.

Professor Nancy Marder was quoted in a Los Angeles Times story about a new California law that prohibits exclusion from a jury on the basis of sexual orientation.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about the human genome and DNA mapping.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a story about prosecutor's intent to depose the estranged husband of a woman accused of murdering the couple's three children.

Chicago-Kent was mentioned in a Chronicle of Higher Education story about colleges and universities that have agreed to provide "academic safe havens" for scholars from other countries.

Professor Martin Malin was quoted in Burt Constable's column in the Chicago Daily Herald about how the Internet has changed the nature of collective bargaining and other union activities.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a story about CALI's distance learning conference, co-sponsored by Chicago-Kent.


May 2000

Chicago-Kent's International Rule of Law Through Technology program was the cover story in the May 2000 issue of Chicago Lawyer magazine. Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Charles Rudnick, assistant dean for global law and policy development, IV Ashton, director of institutional projects, all were pictured on the front page of the issue.

American Lawyer Media published an article on Chicago-Kent's Institute for Law and the Humanities' symposium on the Second Amendment.

Professor David Thomas was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin article about death penalty reform.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Professor George Nassos, director of the Stuart Graduate School of Business' Environmental Management Program; Chicago-Kent Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr.; and Chicago-Kent professors Dan Tarlock and Debbie Musiker, co-directors of the program in Environmental and Energy Law, all gathered at Chicago-Kent's one-day conference on conservation of the Lake Michigan ecosystem.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Los Angeles Times story about medical malpractice.

Professor Richard Kling was mentioned in Eric Zorn's Chicago Tribune column about the unsolved murders of a Paris, Illinois, couple. Prof. Kling and several Chicago-Kent students were shown briefly in a "48 Hours" program on the case.

Adjunct professor Brad Hulbert was quoted in an Asheville (North Carolina) Citizen-Times story about proper usage of trademark names to prevent them from entering into generic use.

Professor Richard Gonzalez was quoted in an American Lawyer Media story and a Chicago Daily Herald article about a former Illinois human rights commission administrative law judge who has filed a discrimination complaint against the agency.

George Nassos, director, Environmental Management Program, Stuart Graduate School of Business, appeared on "The School and Family Report" on Channel 34.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about the reversal of the conviction of a woman for shaking an infant to death.

Professor Ronald Staudt was quoted in a National Law Journal story about e-lawyering, a program designed to provide middle-income clients with legal services via the Internet.

Laurie Rosenow, Institute for Science, Law and Technology fellow, was interviewed by WBBM-TV about genetic information privacy. The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of American Federation of Teachers, AFLĖCIO president Sandra Feldman who delivered the second annual Distinguished Labor Leader Lecture. Also pictured were Don Turner of the Chicago Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO; Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr.; Professor Martin H. Malin and Tom Reece, president of both the Illinois Federation of Teachers and the Chicago Teachers Union, were also pictured.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald story about the possibility of a conflict of interest created by former Illinois State Police head Jeremy Margolis' work for both the state of Illinois and state police investigators.

Professor Dan Tarlock was a guest on the Cliff Kelley Show on WVON-AM to discuss Hansberry v. Lee.

Professor Richard Kling and Chicago-Kent student Kathleen Moriarity were quoted in a stories about the death penalty published in Norwegian newspapers. Professor Kling was quoted in Verdens Gang; Moriarity was quoted inDagbladet. The foreign journalists were attending a seminar on the death penalty held at Chicago-Kent. Voice of America and RTL Radio (France) broadcast stories about the death penalty in Illinois.

Adjunct professor Eldon Ham was interviewed on WSCR-AM and on WTTW-TV's "Chicago Tonight" to discuss Bobby Knight's punishment by Indiana University.

Charles Rudnick, assistant dean of global law and policy development, was a guest on WTTW-TV's "Chicago Tonight." The program topic was the dispute between local residents and the U.S. government over military operations in Vieques, Puerto Rico.

Professor Lori Andrews was interviewed on "Good Morning America" to discuss legal and ethical issues surrounding a divorcing couple's dispute over the disposition of frozen embryos.


April 2000

Professor Richard Kling and Chicago-Kent students Monica Lepe-Negrette, Kathleen Moriarity and Susana Ortiz were featured in a Voice of America "This Week" story about the death penalty in Illinois. The story was broadcast on Voice of America TV and via the Internet. The URL is www.voa.gov/thisweek. Real Player with streaming video is required. Voice of America broadcasts news and information in 53 languages to an estimated audience of 91 million people each week.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor about privacy rights of individuals whose DNA has been collected in criminal cases.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Newsweek article about the Human Genome Project.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in an American Lawyer Media Service story about the $155,000 award to Chicago-Kent and the Library of International Relations from the MacArthur Foundation to establish Global Chicago, a Web site of links to local foreign affairs organizations and activities.

Professor Christopher Leslie was interviewed by WMAQ-TV about the verdict in the Microsoft case. He was also quoted in the Chicago Sun-Times.

Adjunct Professor Eldon Ham appeared on WFLD-TV and on WLS-TV to discuss his new book, The Playmasters: An Unauthorized History of the NBA from Sellouts to Lockouts.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted on ABCNews.com, the network's online service, about the U.S. Supreme Court's hearing of a case that may determine whether law enforcement officials must advise suspects in criminal cases of their "Miranda rights." He was also interviewed by CLTV about the case.

Professor Ronald Staudt was quoted in an American Lawyer Media Services story about so-called "do-it-yourself" legal software.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation, SLAPP suits.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Professor Richard Warner, director of Project Poland; Chicago-Kent students John DiJohn and Jennifer Tryznaand Polish Supreme Court Chief Justice Teresa Romer. The photograph was taken at the law school's conference, "Ten Years of Freedom: The Rule of Law and the Free Market Economy in Poland."


March 2000

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr. was a guest on WGN-AM's "Extension 720 with Milt Rosenberg." The program addressed armed conflicts throughout the world and the response of the international community.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was quoted in a New York Times story about the jury verdict in the shooting of Amadou Diallo, an unarmed man, by New York police.

Professor Margaret Stewart was quoted in a Financial Times story about legal disputes over domain names.

The Chronicle of Higher Education published an article by Professor Lori Andrews about ethical concerns regarding biomedical research.

Professor Ronald Staudt and Chicago-Kent student Kavita Chopra were quoted in a National Jurist article about laptop computer requirements at the nation's law schools.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a National Notary article on privacy issues. The magazine is a national publication distributed to notaries public.

I.V. Ashton, director of institutional projects, was mentioned in an American Lawyer Media Services story about asylumlaw.com, a website established to assist those seeking asylum in the United States and their attorneys. The article was published on the Web and in several legal newspapers, including the National Law Journal.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a New York Times story about e-mail privacy. The story was distributed throughout the country via the New York Times Syndicate.

The New York Times published a letter to the editor by Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., in response to Senator Robert C. Byrd's op-ed published in that newspaper which urged the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Kosovo.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was interviewed about the verdict in the Amadou Diallo shooting by Pacifica Network News, a radio network distributed to stations on the West Coast.

Professor Terrance Norton was mentioned in an American Lawyer Media Services story about a Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruling in an Americans with Disabilities Act case. Professor Norton represented the plaintiff in the case.

The Federal News Service distributed Professor Sheldon Nahmod's testimony before Congress on the Bounty Hunter Responsibility Act of 1999. Professor Nahmod's testimony was mentioned by American Lawyer Media Services on its illinois.law.com Web site.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about prosecutors' attempts to upgrade charges from armed violence to murder when his victim died after nearly 11 years in a coma.

Chicago-Kent students Monica Lepe-Negrette, Susana Ortiz, Scott Stewart and Kathleen Moriarity were photographed and featured in a Chicago Sun-Times story about the law school's clinical education program. The student legal team's work was also mentioned in an American Prospect article about the death penalty in Illinois.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about developments in the Edgar Hope case.

Professor Vivien Gross was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about a successful judicial candidate who has only five years professional experience.

The Citizen Newspapers published a photograph of Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr. with Judge Timothy Evans, Chicago-Kent's 2000 Professionalism Day speaker. The Citizen Newspapers are a chain of weekly African-American newspapers distributed in metropolitan Chicago. The Chicago Daily Defender published a photograph of Judge Evans at Professionalism Day.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Chicago-Kent student Hena Shamin greeting First District of Illinois Appellate Court justices Ann Burke, David Cerda, Robert Cahill and Warren Wolfson. The justices heard three cases at Chicago-Kent.


February 2000

Professor Howard Eglit was quoted in a New York Times story about age discrimination lawsuits.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was a guest on a special extended version of WTTW-TVís "Chicago Tonight." The program topic was Internet privacy.

Professor Richard Kling and Chicago-Kent students Kathleen Moriarty, Susana Ortiz, Scott Stewart and Monica Lepe-Negretti were interviewed by the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times about a hearing to exonerate Death Row inmate Edgar Hope of the 1982 murder of an off-duty Cook County sheriff deputy. The students were pictured in both articles. CLTV, WBBM-TV, WMAQ-TV, WBBM-AM, WGN-TV and WMAQ-AM ran several stories about the case on the day of the hearing.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was interviewed by CNN about electronic privacy issues.

IV Ashton, director of institutional projects, was quoted in American Lawyer Media and National Law Journal stories about asylumlaw.org, an informational Web site for asylum law practitioners.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about a court ruling that declared a state law that required the World Church of the Creator to register as a charity "unconstitutionally vague."

Professor Richard Gonzalez was quoted in an ABA Journal article about the case of a woman who is being denied the opportunity to practice law because she refused to submit her medical records to the state of Illinois. The woman disclosed a history of depression on her bar application.

Professor Richard Kling was interviewed by CNN and quoted in the online and print versions of the National Law Journal about Illinois Gov. George Ryanís moratorium on the death penalty. He was also quoted on the topic in the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and American Lawyer Media Service stories about Chicago-Kentís plan to reduce its class size by 25 percent. The National Law Journal reprinted the American Lawyer Media story in its print and online versions.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Professor Deborah Musiker with the students from the environmental law clinic.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a National Notary article about information privacy and the notaryís responsibility. Notary Notary is a magazine for notaries public.

Professor Richard Kling and Chicago-Kent students Kathleen Moriarty, Susana Ortiz, Scott Stewart and Monica Lepe-Negretti and graduate Richard Labrador appeared on EXTRA, a nationally syndicated television program. The topic was the groupís discovery of new evidence that could exonerate Edgar Hope, Jr., for a 1982 murder.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was quoted in a New Jersey Law Journal article about the extension of Section 1983 lawsuits to include environmental cases.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., with Cook County Circuit Judge Timothy Evans. Judge Evans delivered the keynote address on civility in the legal profession at Chicago-Kentís annual "Law as a Profession" program.

A story in The Internet Lawyer mentioned Chicago-Kentís E-Learn program.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front page photograph of professors Molly Lien and Martin Malin with representatives from the ABAís Central and East European Law Initiative. The representatives toured Chicago-Kent with lawyers from Belarus who represent individuals and organizations in political disputes with the Lukashenko government on a tour of Chicago-Kent.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about a grant received by the law school to create an Internet-based learning program for Chinese law students on the American legal system and how American law schools work.

Michael Burns, assistant dean for admissions, was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about the law schoolís activities during National Minority Law Recruitment Month.

Professor David Thomas was mentioned in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story on a ruling that held that a police officer who arrests an individual based on a victimís complaint could not be held liable for false arrest.


January 2000

Professor Richard Kling and Chicago-Kent students Kathleen Moriarity, Susana Ortiz, Scott Stewart and Monica Lepe-Negretti were interviewed by WBEZ-FM, WMAQ-AM, WLS-TV, WMAQ-TV, WBBM-TV, and illinois.law.com, about their discovery of new evidence and witnesses to prove that inmate Edgar Hope did not commit the murder for which he has been sentenced to Death Row. The Chicago Tribune, Washinton Post, WGN-TV, CLTV, USA Today, the Associated Press, American Lawyer Media and Chicago Defender also ran stories about the case. Professor Kling discussed the case on "The Cliff Kelley Show" on WVON-AM. The teamsí work was also cited in a column by Salim Muwakkil in the Chicago Tribune about the United Colors of Benetton anti-death penalty ads.

Professor Lori Andrews was interviewed by NBC News with Tom Brokaw about scientistsí successful cloning of a monkey.

Prof. Frederick Abbott was quoted in a Business Week article about increased lobbying efforts by American businesses to grant permanent most-favored nation status to China.

Professor Douglas Godfrey was interviewed by the ABC Radio News Network about a grandparentsí rights case being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. The interview was broadcast by radio stations throughout the country, including WLS-AM and WGN-AM in Chicago. It was also heard on the "John and Ken Show" on KABC-FM in Los Angeles.

Professor Harold Krent was a guest on WBEZ-FMís "Odyssey." The topic was Chicagoís anti-loitering ordinance.

Professor Dan Tarlock was quoted in the Reno Gazette-Journal about the need for an environmental impact study.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Tribune article and interviewed by Fox News about the right of defendants to sue public defenders who represent them for malpractice.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was a guest on "Odyssey" on WBEZ-FMto discuss the U.S. Supreme Court.

Professor Thomas Hafemeister was interviewed by WBBM-AM and by the ABC Radio News Network on the topic of grandparentsí rights.

Following Illinois Gov. George Ryanís moratorium on the death penalty in Illinois, Prof. Richard Kling and his students were interviewed by "CNN Today," ABC Radio News, Pacifica Radio News Network, WMAQ-AM, WBBM-AM, abcnews.com and CNN.com. Stories in the Chicago Tribune and Washington Post stated that work done by Prof. Kling and his students in the case of Edgar Hope was among the factors that influenced his decision. Prof. Kling was also quoted about the moratorium in the Chicago Sun-Times.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr.; professors Molly Lien and Richard Kling; and Gretchen Van Dam, adjunct professor and Information Center director of operations. The group visited the University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Ukraine through a grant by the USIA and the U.S. State Department.

Professor Steven Harris was interviewed by WMAQ-TV about consumer rights in bankruptcy proceedings.

Professor Mary Rose Strubbe was a guest on WUSN-FMís "Chicago Upclose" to discuss sexual harassment in the workplace. The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin mentioned Professor Strubbe's work on a supplement to her book, Sexual Harassment in Employment Law.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front page photograph of visiting professor Yehuda Blum; Tzipora Rishon, Israelís consul general in Chicago; and Charles Rudnick, assistant dean for global law and policy development. Prof. Blum served as Israelís ambassador to the United Nations from 1978 to 1984 and participated in the Camp David peace process.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about the impact of Justice Charles Freeman's tenure as chief justice of the Illinois State Supreme Court.

Professor David Thomas was interviewed by CLTV about the case of a man on trial for murder in Indiana despite the fact that the body of the alleged victim has never been found.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was a guest on the "The Perri Small Show" on WVON-AM to discuss legal issues surrounding the suspension of several Decatur high school students following a brawl at a football game.

Professor Mary Rose Strubbe was interviewed by CLTV about a sexual harrasment in a school setting.


December 1999

Professor Anita Bernstein was quoted in a Financial Times story on sexual harassment in the workplace.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., and Professor Ronald Staudt were pictured and quoted in an AmLaw Tech article on technology and the practice of law in the 21st century. AmLaw Tech is the technology supplement published by American Lawyer Magazine.

Professor Richard Warner was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about Internet service providers and the variety of ISP choices available to consumers in the metropolitan Chicago area.

Professor Margaret Stewart was interviewed in an Illinois News Network story about Internet jurisdiction. The Illinois News Network is broadcast on radio stations throughout Illinois and selected stations in Missouri, Iowa and Indiana.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr. was quoted in a Trial Magazine article on the use of computers and the Internet in the practice of law.

Professor Vivien Gross was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about the ethics of calling a defense attorney to testify in a case against his former client.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was a guest on WBEZ-FMís "848" to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court.

Professor Richard Kling was interviewed in a WFLD-TV story about a lottery winnerís verbal promise to share his winnings with friends and whether that promise could be legally enforced as a valid contract. The story was rerun on several Fox stations throughout the country.

Professor Ralph Brillís interview with Judge Abraham Lincoln Marovitz, now posted on Chicago-Kentís Web site, was mentioned in "Kupís Column" in the Chicago Sun-Times.

Professor Terrance Norton was quoted in a Daily Southtown article about a Cook County Circuit Court ruling that found a state law that prohibits convicted felons from holding local office unconstitutional.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of professors Sanford Greenberg and Kent Streseman with Moot Court Honors Society team members Tracy Billows and R. Kirk Williams. The team advanced to the finals of the Region Eight competition in the National Moot Court Competition.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Professor Pamela Kentra with Suder School second-grader Crystal Gleeson. The photograph was taken at the holiday party sponsored for the school by IITís Downtown Campus.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald article about a visit to Chicago-Kent by high school District 214 students as part of their "Careers in Law" program.


November 1999

Professor Lori Andrews was interviewed on CNNís "Burden of Proof" and "Talk Back Live" and quoted in The New York Times, Newsweek, Chicago Sun-Times, and Slate Magazine about the legal and ethical implications of "designer babies." Professor Andrews discussed parents who are willing to pay egg donors in an effort to ensure certain characteristics in their children. She was also quoted in Ellen Goodmanís nationally syndicated column.

National Public Radio aired a story about the work of the Bosnian Demining Commission. The story included interviews with commission members during their meeting at Chicago-Kent and an interview with Chicago-Kent student Scott Waguespack. Voice of America also aired a story about the meeting at Chicago-Kent.

Professor Sheldon Nahmod was a guest on "The Cliff Kelley Show" on WVON-AM. Prof. Nahmod discussed censorship issues and a controversial art exhibit in New York.

Illinois News Network, CLTV and WBEZ-FM reported on Chicago-Kentís student-sponsored forum on hate speech.

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about distance learning programs and Concord University School of Law, the nationís first Internet law school.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a New York Times story about a Massachusetts dispute over the disposition of frozen embryos

Professor Richard Warner was interviewed by WLS-TV about e-mail privacy issues and the case of a woman who was fired for receiving personal e-mail at work.

Chicago-Kentís Rule of Law Through Technology initiative was cited in a Chicago Tribune story about the impact Chicago individuals and programs are having on foreign policy issues.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., with Dr. Fernando Remeriz de Estenoz, first deputy commissioner of Cuba and chief of the Cuban Interest Section in Washington, DC.

Professor Philip Hablutzel was quoted in a Chicago Lawyer story about a proposal to amend the Model Rules of Professional Conduct to allow lawyers and non-lawyers to join each other in professional partnerships.

Professor Vivien Gross was interviewed by CLTV about disciplining Illinois judges.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald story about an officerís use of deadly force.

Professor Molly Lien was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about cost-saving alternatives in legal research.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., with Marian Stasiak, dean of the law faculty of the Catholic University of Lublin, Poland. Chicago-Kent and Catholic University have established a distance learning program as part of "Project Poland."

Dean Henry H. Perritt, Jr., was quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about how law schools might benefit from the establishment of Illinois Century Network, the stateís $90 million Internet initiative.


October 1999

Professor Lori Andrews was a guest on NPRís "Talk of the Nation/Science Friday." The program addressed gene patenting.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a New York Times Magazine article about parental responsibility. The article questioned whether the parents of the students who killed their school mates at Columbine High School should be held responsible for their childrensí actions.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a New York Times Magazine article about parents who are using new technology to pre-determine the sex of their unborn children.

Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman William Rainer gave opening remarks at Chicago-Kentís 22nd annual Derivatives and Commodities Law Institute. Chairman Rainer was quoted and the Institute was cited in the Financial Times, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Sun-Times, BNA, Bridge News, Reuters and Bloomberg News stories.

Prof. Sheldon Nahmod was a guest on "The Cliff Kelley Show" on WVON-AM. The program addressed New York mayor Rudolph Guilaniís threat to withhold funds from a museum that displayed an exhibit the mayor considered offensive.

Professor Katharine Baker was quoted in a Boston Globe story about the impact of the 1983 "Big Danís Tavern" rape case in Massachusetts on how the crime is regarded by the courts and the general public.

Professor Lori Andrews was a guest on CNNís "Burden of Proof." The program addressed ethical issues involving the sale of human eggs to infertile couples.

Professor Terrance Norton was quoted in a Philadelphia Inquirer story about financial disclosure regulations for public officials that were instituted in the wake of the Abscam bribery scandal.

Professor Harold Krent was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about the state gaming law and attempts to build a land-based casino in Rosemont.

Professor Richard Gonzalez was interviewed by WLS-TV, WBBM-AM, the ABA Journal and the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about the case of a woman denied admission to the Illinois Bar because she disclosed that she had once been treated for depression.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Wall Street Journal story about new reproductive and genetic technologies.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald story about a DuPage County woman who tried to get her confession in the murders of her three children thrown out.

Professor Harold Krent was a guest on WFLD-TVís "32 This Week" on a program addressing personal privacy issues.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted in a Chicago Sun-Times story about ethical issues involving in vitro fertilization.

Professor Richard Kling was quoted in a Chicago Tribune story about the felony murder rule.

Professor Lori Andrews was quoted and pictured in a Reader story about use of new reproductive technology.

Professor Terrance Norton was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald story about attempts to open a land-based casino in Rosemont.

Professor Harold Krent was interviewed by WLFD-TV about a Cicero ordinance that fines residents for locking the gates to their yards.

Professor Richard Warner was quoted in a Marshfield News-Herald story about proposals to impose taxes on Internet business transactions.

Professor Lori Andrews was profiled in the Chicago Tribuneís "On the Record" section.

Professors Vivien Gross and Bartram Brown were quoted in a Chicago Daily Law Bulletin story about a Canadian lawyer who was denied admission to the Illinois Bar.

The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin published a front-page photograph of Professor Martin H. Malin and participants in Chicago-Kentís 17th annual Federal Sector Labor Relations and Labor Law Program.

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