Contribute to the Success of Chicago-Kent
Our alumni community is full of dynamic leaders who help shape the future of the law school and the practice of law. We are continually grateful for alumni support — it is the cornerstone of our past achievements and future success.
Alumni are critical to two initiatives this spring. Over the years, more than 1,000 Chicago-Kent alumni have participated in trial advocacy or moot court teams. Chicago-Kent is well-known in these competition circles for having outstanding programs, excellent coaches and, most of all, talented students who bring accolades to our law school. Within the last ten days, we have won two moot court championships and our trial team triumphed at the regionals, qualifying the sixth straight year for the national championship.
We invite you to be a part of that success by making a gift
to support a major courtroom renovation project underway this year, including technology updates to the Abraham Lincoln Marovitz '25 Courtroom and the conversion of an existing classroom into a new practice courtroom space. This renovation is crucial to support the needs of our increasingly successful moot court and trial advocacy teams. To learn more about this project, click here
, and read on for more tales of our students' successes in recent competitions.
The second opportunity is for alumni interested in serving on the Chicago-Kent Alumni Board of Directors. This is a great opportunity to be involved with the law school and volunteer your time, expertise and guidance to support the Board's programs and events. For more information, visit www.alumni.kentlaw.edu/board
Harold J. Krent
Dean and Professor of Law