Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Minutes and records of the Law School Advisory Board collection is arranged into three series. A bound volume in Box 1 Folder 1 includes the original IIT bylaws incorporating the members of the Chicago-Kent Board of Trustees as the newly created Advisory Board upon the merger of the two schools in 1969. Box 1 Folder 3 contains correspondence of the Chicago-Kent Ad Hoc Committee, including a position paper arguing for greater representation on the IIT Board of Trustees
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The collection is arranged into 2 series and 6 subseries, chronologically where possible. The 75th Anniversary subseries includes two scrapbooks with correspondence from celebration invitees in the legal community, as well as newspaper clippings regarding events. The 80th Anniversary subseries includes proclamations from Mayor Richard J. Daley and Governor Otto Kerner declaring a “Chicago-Kent Day” in the city. The Centennial subseries consists of planning and publicity documents, as well as historical information on faculty, staff, and the history of the school, collected for planning purposes. The Centennial planning file also includes flyer and planning documents for the First Annual Charles E. Green Lecture in Law and Technology. The 125th Anniversary subseries includes print media created for anniversary events. The Celebrations series contains similar files for “Chicago-Kent Day” in 1961 and Dedication Year 1992, including programming planning files, as well as event ... Read More
Chicago-Kent College of Law
This collection is arranged into 3 series, chronologically where possible, and includes a few personal papers but the majority is communication, correspondence, and documents regarding the formation and execution of Project Bosnia. Series I: Personal Papers includes correspondence, as well as collected materials from several presentations given by Perritt to state bar associations, and at legal institutes and seminars. Correspondence regarding these events and other matters are included in this series, but other series include correspondence as well. Series II: Villanova University Materials includes materials from Perritt’s tenure at Villanova University School of Law. The series includes committee reports, memoranda, and committee correspondence. Some information on classroom technology and course materials also exists in this series. Series III: The Project Bosnia series includes the bulk of the materials in the collection, mostly items dealing with travel to Bosnia, and ... Read More
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The bulk of issues in the Illinois Public Employee Relations Report collection span the years 1988-2011, with the first few years missing (1984-1987). There are several missing issues throughout the series
Chicago-Kent College of Law
This collection contains student directories from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, non-continuous, produced between the years 1986 and 1994
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Student handbooks created by IIT Chicago-Kent and by various student organizations are arranged into two series, the first consisting of handbooks created by Chicago-Kent and the second including handbooks created by student organizations. The bulk of the collection spans the years 1982-1997
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The collection is arranged into two series. The majority of the collection consists of an incomplete run of issues of the Kappa Beta Pi Quarterly, which ran from 1916-1973. Several of the issues in the collection were owned by founding member Sue Brown Hassell, others were owned by members Grace B. Stiles and Elizabeth Salisbury. Other items in the collection are from the personal records of Dean Zacharias and include his personal correspondence with sorority members, clippings, and invitations to anniversary events. Also included are the original certificate presented upon organization in 1908 and the Articles of Incorporation created in 1928
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Access to Justice Project series is arranged into five subseries, each arranged chronologically, and includes general correspondence, financial materials, and curriculum planning and course materials. Also included are prototypes of software designs based on the research of the IPRO and ID courses, drafts and published reports on the findings of the IPRO and ID courses, conference materials from the International Conference on Substantive Technology in the Law School and the Judicial Decision Support Systems Symposium (JDSS3), and materials related to the Self-Help Web Center and the Justice Web Collaboratory
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Dean's Reports collection is arranged into one series and includes reports produced or commissioned by the Dean’s Office. Missing years include 1989, 1993, 1996, 2000, 2004-2005, 2007, and 2010
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Records of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity consists of a book, 'Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, A History' published in 1968 and written by C. Raymond Judice, Supreme Historian and Robert F. Evans, Jr. The volume covers the formative years of the fraternity, the years during the first and second World Wars, and continues to 1968. The volume includes black and white photos of founding members and meeting locations, as well as member lists, chapter lists, and photos of famous and notable members of the fraternity