Intellectual Property Law Society
October 18: Intro to Patents and Trademarks
Please come and learn from alumni about the basics of IP law. They’ll go over what you need to know in order to succeed in interviews (and actually understand our what’s going on during our other events).
Location: Room C40
October 19: IPLS Alumni Trivia Night
Please join us for a trivia night! Come meet and socialize with alumni. There will be food and beverages served.
Time: 6 to 9 p.m.
Location: Morris Hall on the 10th floor
Moot Court Honor Society
October 20: Bowling event
Thursday, October 20th, 6 - 8 p.m. at Lucky Strike Chicago.
Tickets are $25 (includes a drink, shoe rental, and unlimited bowling).
Federalist Society, the Christian Legal Society, and the Decalogue Society
October 27: Event: Religious Liberty: Under Attack From the Left and the Right
Professor Bradley Jacob of Regent University and Chicago-Kent's Professor Steven Heyman will discuss one of America's first liberties, the free exercise of religion. Their talk will include a brief history of the Free Exercise Clause, from the “golden age” before 1990, to the disaster of Employment Division v. Smith, to the amazingly non-partisan decade of lobbying that followed. The event will end with a status report on religious liberty today. Sponsored by the Federalist Society, the Christian Legal Society, and the Decalogue Society. Free Food: Wao Bow.
Location: Room 345
Time: 12:50 - 1:45 p.m.
Kent Justice Foundation
November 26: Fourth Annual Whitney Young Coat Drive and Alumni Basketball Game
The alumni of Whitney Young will be hosting their Fourth Annual Whitney Young Coat Drive and Alumni Basketball Game on Saturday November 26, from noon to 4 p.m. The inaugural event was held in 2013 and was launched by Whitney alums Chiquira Showers ‘05 and Jelani Floyd ‘06. Floyd, a current third year law student at Chicago-Kent College of Law, hosts the event through his non profit organization, The Atypical Sports & Learning Foundation. The Atypical Sports & Learning Foundation’s mission is to expose youth to atypical sports as a means to further academic achievement.
Each year the coat drive event has grown tremendously and has increased exposure for the initiatives of Floyd’s foundation. Last year’s event featured an alumni basketball matchup between alums of Chicago Public League powerhouse boy’s basketball programs from Whitney Young and Simeon. The event exceeded expectations, and over 800 coats were donated at the drive.
The coat drive’s mission is to help those less fortunate brace for another brutal Chicago winter by urging our guests to bring *new or slightly used* winter coats to donate, while reconnecting with the community, friends, and family over a competitive game of basketball featuring alums from the most prestigious high school basketball program in Chicago. Last year’s alumni basketball game featured numerous former NCAA Division One basketball players, including former Mr. Basketball, Calvin Brock.
Additionally, the coat drive has a lofty goal this year, as Showers and Floyd would like to take things a step further and purchase new winter coats for an entire first-grade classroom at Howe Elementary on Chicago’s Westside.
Please spread the word, come out, and support a great cause and event. Everyone is welcome! All students are welcome!!! This coat drive was established to help those in need as well as to unite the Chicago Public School and Whitney Young network.
Your financial support is needed and greatly appreciated to help us purchase new coats for those most in need. You may donate now at www.gofundme.com/wycoatdrive16
We need everyone to come out and support as we strive to bring positive energy to our community and beyond.
For more information on the coat drive please visit www.wycoatdrive.info.
Thanks so much for your support.
Chicagoans till Chicago ends.
The Atypical Sports & Learning Foundation is a
501 (c)(3) non-profit tax exempt organization, therefore donations towards our organization are tax deductible.
Society of Women in Law
October 20: Breast Cancer Awareness Breakfast (Diversity Event).
Breast Cancer Awareness Breakfast (Diversity Event). We will be serving donuts and coffee on the concourse at 9 a.m. in exchange for donations going to breast cancer research.
October 27: "No Way Out But One" film screening and panel discussion.
"No Way Out But One" film screening and panel discussion presented by WIL, Child and Family Law Society and SHALVA in room 510 at 6 p.m. Come hungry -- pizza and soda will be served!
November 3: WIL Mentorship Reception.
WIL Mentorship Reception in Morris Hall (10th floor) at 6 p.m.. Even if you didn't sign up for a mentor, please join us and network with Chicago attorneys!