If you have recently attended our Symposium on Philanthropy Law in the 21st Century and are applying for CLE credit, please email email Ilana Bamberger, the Law Review’s Managing Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy of the preliminary drafts of the articles. Our CLE administrator has informed us that CLE credit will be unavailable to anyone not in receipt of these drafts.
Note, drafts will only be available to individuals who attended the symposium and signed in for CLE credit. All others can access the articles on this website and in print after they are formally published.
The Chicago-Kent Law Review would like to thank all of the speakers and other participants who made last week’s Philanthropy Symposium a resounding success. We greatly appreciate all of the positive feedback that we received.
In the coming weeks we plan to post resources from the symposium on this web site. These resources will include photos, videos, and eventually the published versions of the papers.
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We have posted PDFs of the articles for Volume 83, Number 2 and Volume 83, Number 3 of the Chicago-Kent Law Review. You can find them by navigating the issues drop-down menu option.
We expect to have more back issues available soon.
The Law Review is happy to release the Program for its upcoming Symposium “The Law of Philanthropy in the 21st Century” on October 23, 2009. Click here to download the Program and learn more about the Symposium. If you are interested in attending this symposium, and have not already registered, please contact the Managing editor, Ilana Bamberger, by calling the Law Review office at 312.906.5190.
The material from the staff writing presentation given by Professors Adams and de Armond is now available on the staff writing page.
We’ve updated the Cite Checking and EAE manuals to more accurately reflect our paperless editing process. Please download the new versions from our cite checking page to review the changes.
For all new Law Review members, we have updated your pairings with research librarians and NCEs on the staff writing page.
If you’re a new Chicago-Kent Law Review member, welcome.
Please take a look at the material on our staff writing program page. From these documents you’ll get a pretty good idea how the program works and when is expected of you. It will also serve as a background for the disucssion in your first Legal Writing IV Equivalency class.
Online registration for the Symposium on Philanthropy Law in the 21st Century is now closed. If you are interested in attending this event, please contact Ilana Bamberger, the Law Review’s Managing Editor, at email@example.com. For more information about the symposium, including the date, times and speakers, please click here.
The Chicago-Kent Law Review, in conjunction with the ACTEC Foundation, is proud to announce that it will be hosting a symposium on Philanthropy Law in the 21st Century on October 23, 2009. More information about the symposium will be available soon at our site, however you can now register by following this link.
Please note that online registration is password protected. The password is located on mailings and flyers. If you are interested in attending the symposium and have not received a mailing or seen a flyer, please contact the Law Review’s Managing Editor, Ilana Bamberger.