Student Success Stories
Spring '23 Valedictorian Advocates for Access to Books and Education for People Incarcerated
Focusing on reading being a human right for everyone, including those who are incarcerated, Jacqueline Spreadbury presented research gathered during an independent study course on various issues regarding acquiring books in prisons.
IDHR and Fair Housing Legal Support Center and Clinic Release Public Safety and Fair Housing Guidebook
Professors Michael P. Seng and Allison Bethel, along with the students and staff of the Fair Housing Legal Support Center and Clinic have authored and released the “Fair Housing Implications of Nuisance and…
UIC Law student’s commitment to the advancement of women and diversity secures a $15K Scholarship
“The idea that everyone deserves access to justice and safety has been my guiding principle all throughout my career and educational pursuits,” says Myasar Ihmud, UIC Law J.D. Candidate 2023 and primary winner…
UIC Law Students Dominate at Fall 2022 Dean Fred F. Herzog Moot Court Competition
Out of 127 competitors, our UIC Law students were the top two Herzog Moot Court Competition Finalists! The Moot Court Honors Program hosts the Dean Fred F. Herzog Moot Court Competition during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
UIC Law Students Provide Legal Orientations for Recent Migrant Arrivals to Chicago
UIC Law’s award winning International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) is stepping up to advocate for the rights of migrant families arriving in Chicago from Texas with their new Recent Arrivals Response Project. Under the leadership of...