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Chicago-Kent College of Law

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Founded 1888 as the Chicago College of Law in 1888, it merged with Kent College of Law in 1900 to form the Chicago-Kent College of Law. In 1969 the institution merged with the Illinois Institute of Technology, retaining its own identity.

Location:
Chicago, IL

Founding Date:
1888

Official Website:
http://www.kentlaw.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert S. Abbott
Publisher
24-Nov-1868 29-Feb-1940 Chicago Defender
Anne M. Burke
Judge
3-Feb-1944   Justice, Illinois Supreme Court
Craig S. Donohue
Business
c. 1961   CEO of Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Harris W. Fawell
Politician
25-Mar-1929   Congressman from Illinois, 1985-99
Henry Horner
Politician
30-Nov-1878 6-Oct-1940 Governor of Illinois, 1933-40
Randy Hultgren
Politician
1-Mar-1966   Congressman, Illinois 14th
Robert McClory
Politician
31-Jan-1908 24-Jul-1988 Congressman from Illinois, 1963-83
Richard B. Ogilvie
Politician
22-Feb-1923 10-May-1988 Governor of Illinois, 1969-73
Peter Roskam
Politician
13-Sep-1961   Congressman, Illinois 6th
Ilana D. Rovner
Judge
21-Aug-1938   7th Circuit Court of Appeals
Gus Savage
Politician
30-Oct-1925   Congressman from Illinois, 1981-93
Philip Yordan
Screenwriter
1-Apr-1914 24-Mar-2003 The Battle of the Bulge

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lori B. Andrews
Attorney
c. 1953   Genetics and biotechnology law
Burton Joseph
Attorney
23-May-1930 31-Mar-2010 First Amendment lawyer
Kimberly A. Moore
Judge
15-Jun-1968   US Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit


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