Alumni & Giving
Dialogue, The Magazine of DePaul University College of Law
When Gwen Daniels (JD '99) enrolled in DePaul University College of Law in the mid-90s...
DePaul's Center for Intellectual Property Law & Information Technology (CIPLIT®)...
When Judge Grace G. Dickler, presiding judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County's Domestic Violence Division..
DePaul welcomed U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia as the 2010 Enlund Scholar-in-Residence in September.
Attorney Larry Rogers Sr. (’83) knows the importance of a strong support network while attending law school.
Alumni dedicated to public service receive financial support from College of Law
Animal law advocate Cherie Travis ('05) works to protect our four-legged friends
One recent grad invests his heart and a lot of his time supporting Chicago's bid to host the 2016 games
Center for Intellectual Property Law & Information Technology: leader, innovator among wave of competition
After two years as a certificate program, DePaul's popular public interest specialty has expanded.
The whole nation watched the horrors of Hurricane Katrina on TV, but 32 DePaul College of Law students.
The Schiller DuCanto and Fleck Family Law Center has grown into one of the nation's premier family law research.
The numbers are in, and the College of Law's Fall 2005 entering class is the strongest in its history.
Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni has been called an unusual man who makes a difference.