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The DePaul University College of Law's Class of 2022 received their degrees at an in-person ceremony May 21 at the Chicago Theatre, the first such commencement in more than 2½ years. Natalye Paquin, president and chief executive officer of Points of Light, addressed the graduates.
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The famous Chicago Theatre marquee welcomes DePaul graduates and their guests to the College of Law ceremony on Saturday, May 21.
Students wait in the lobby of the Chicago Theatre before the ceremony.
Students gather for a picture in the lobby of the Chicago Theatre.
Wendy Epstein, professor of Law and associate dean of Research and Faculty Professional Development, carries the university mace during the procession.
Hundreds of family and friends attended the event to support their graduate.
Rev. Guillermo Campuzano Velez, C.M., vice president, Division of Mission and Ministry, offers the invocation at the ceremony.
Israel Del Mundo, Class of 2022, brought the audience to its feet with his show-stopping rendition of the national anthem
Natalye Paquin, president & chief executive officer, Points of Light, was the keynote speaker.
A DePaul Law alumna, Natalye Paquin, gave the commencement address.
Simone Freeney was the student speaker.
Jennifer Rosato Perea, dean of the College of Law, also spoke to the graduates.
Natalye Paquin, right, and A. Gabriel Esteban, president of DePaul, at the College of Law commencement.
Marta Frankiv, the first graduate of 2022, and the first student to receive a degree in person since 2019, at the DePaul University College of Law commencement ceremony.
Students receive their degrees at the ceremony.
Students proudly show off their degrees at the ceremony.
Students flip their tassels after receiving their degrees at the DePaul University College of Law commencement ceremony.