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Tomorrow one of our newest student organizations, the Tax Law Society, has invited Professor Decatorsmith from our C-K Law Group to discuss issues tax attorneys deal with frequently, from scholarships to student loans to health insurance.

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Join us Tuesday at 4 pm for a Chicago IP Colloquium talk on "Placebo Marks" by Professor Jake Linford of Florida State University College of Law: http://buff.ly/2l3iTUH
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It's been just over a year since Justice Antonin Scalia died, and Professor Christopher Schmidt has written this remembrance for our Institute on the Supreme Court of the United States blog: http://buff.ly/2m59GJ3
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This recent book review of "Reclaiming Fair Use" on the Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property blog says "The Fair Use doctrine is the secret weapon that content creators can use in their battle in the copyright war."

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Did you know? Alumna Mary Anne Smith '77, director of the Chicago-Kent Patent Hub, began running a volunteer legal clinic 30 years ago, and it's still going strong. She now oversees 24 volunteer attorneys and eight intake workers who meet one Saturday a month at Old St. Mary's Church in the South Loop. She recently spoke to Chicago Lawyer magazine about her experiences.

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Today on #CKNow, Professor César Rosado looks at the nomination of fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder for Secretary of Labor and what key factors should be considered for the next nominee. 

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Best wishes to our two teams traveling to St. Paul, MN, for the 2017 McGee Civil Rights Moot Court Competition! Christine Korper, Katherine LaRosa and Ben Mahon will compete on one team, and Christopher Gerardi, Erika Rodger and Anthony Joseph will compete on the other team. http://buff.ly/2lQAKwe
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Professor Richard Kling will be speaking at this "CrImmigration Law" panel sponsored by First Defense Legal Aid, at Elastic Arts near Logan Square on Friday at 4pm, to discuss what's at stake when immigrants don't know their rights in encounters with the Chicago Police. (image)
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For the second year in a row, a team from Chicago-Kent has won the Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition's Midwest regional tournament and best brief award. Catherine Larson, Meaghan Fontein and Francyn Brown were victorious after facing off against teams from Michigan State and the Univeristy of Iowa last weekend. They will compete for the national title March 18 in Washington, DC. Congratulations to the team! http://bit.ly/2lLNsLQ
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How can data be manipulated for competitive advantage or to exploit consumers? Professor Mark Patterson will discuss this topic covered by his book "Antitrust Law in the New Economy: Google, Yelp, LIBOR, and the Control of Information" as part of our BookIT IP Series, Monday, February 13, at noon. http://buff.ly/2kfvKzv
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