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2024 Blue Demon Challenge

The Blue Demon Challenge is taking place on Wednesday, Jan. 31! In just two weeks, we're getting together with Blue Demons around the world to strive for 3,500 donors in a single day!

How can you get involved? It's simple! Mark your calendar and when the day rolls around, make a gift to the cause at DePaul you care about most. 



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Become a Blue Demon Challenge Ambassador

Interested in becoming a Blue Demon Challenge ambassador? Ambassadors help us spread the word about the BDC to a much larger audience, which gives us all a greater chance of meeting our goal. We provide training and a social media toolkit, and anyone can sign up. This year, the ambassadors who bring in the most unique donors will win exclusive DePaul swag packs!

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Seeking Nominations for the 2024 DePaul Law Pro Bono Alumni Award

Do you know a College of Law alum who, through years of service, has demonstrated an ongoing and deep commitment to pro bono legal services for the poor and disadvantaged and has inspired others to do the same? If so, then consider nominating them for the 2024 Pro Bono Alumni Award.

If you have questions or would like to submit a nomination form, please email Elizabeth Boe, director of the pro bono and community service initiative at

2024 Jaharis Symposium: Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Existential Challenges for Law & Ethics

Each year, the Mary and Michael Jaharis Health Law Institute, in collaboration with the College of Law's Center for Intellectual Property Law & Information Technology, explores a critical legal issue at the intersection of health law, intellectual property law and information technology. This year's program is no exception as we dive deeper into the role and impact of large language model artificial intelligence technologies and the radical changes they are making to medical innovation and practices.

Thursday, March 14
9 a.m.-4:15 p.m. (CDT)
In-Person and Online
DePaul Center, Room 8005

DePaul College of Law is an accredited MCLE provider. This event is eligible for up to six CLE credit hours. 

Register Here

The DePaul Migration Collaborative Seeks to Inform About Immigration, Mobility and Human Rights

The DePaul Migration Collaborative (DMC) unites alumni, students and scholars to raise awareness of the various issues involved in migration, mobility and human rights. It is an impactful interdisciplinary initiative between DePaul's College Law and College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences that supports research projects and advocacy programs with the intention of building better public policy, stronger communities and a more just society.

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Volunteer Opportunity - Law Admissions

DePaul Law is seeking alumni volunteers to assist Law Admissions in this year's recruiting cycle. As an alum from the College of Law, prospective and admitted students very much enjoy hearing from you. The following upcoming events will take place at the College of Law in 2024.

Admitted Student Days:
Saturday, Feb. 24: 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Saturday, April 24: 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Admitted Student Reception:
Thursday, March 14: 5–8:30 p.m.

Volunteer Here

DePaul Law Career Closet: Donations Requested

A new Career Closet is open for all College of Law students in need of interview wear. Law Career Services is currently welcoming donations of the following gently worn and dry-cleaned items:

  • Suits
  • Blouses
  • Dress shoes
  • Ties
  • Belts
  • Briefcases
  • Accessories

Please drop off all items Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Law Career Services Suite (third floor of the College of Law) or in the Admissions Office (first floor of the College of Law). If you have any questions about your donations and/or the Career Closet, please email Thank you in advance to all our generous College of Law alumni and friends!

Rinn Law Library: DePaul Law History Timeline

The Rinn Law Library is proud to share the following historical timeline of the College of Law. The timeline covers significant events and milestones in the history of DePaul Law and was developed by staff and administration in the Rinn Law Library.

As with all historical research, the timeline is a work in progress, and your comments and ideas on historic events are welcome. Please send your feedback to

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