Chicago-Kent College of Law
The collection is arranged in chronological order into one series. The bulk of available issues are between the years of 2007-2013
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Meeting materials and records of the Law School Board of Overseers collection is arranged into two series, and contain agenda for periodic meetings, member lists, and supporting materials as well as minutes of previous meetings. Of particular interest in meeting materials is information regarding the groundbreaking and construction of the Downtown Center at 565 W. Adams Street (materials from years 1990-1992) and information regarding the fundraising campaign for the new building
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Commentator documents the growth and development of the Chicago-Kent College of Law over time, as well as many of the activities organized on campus. Also documented are dean and faculty promotions, several moves to new buildings, and notable alumni news. The Commentator collection is arranged into one series including the entirety of available issues, and organized chronologically by date instead of volume and issue number. Publication was not consistent for several years, and volume and issue numbers were often used incorrectly or in some cases were not used at all
Chicago-Kent College of Law
This collection is arranged into one chronological series and contains alumni directories from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, non- continuous, produced between the years 1907 and 2002. The Alumni Directories contain official lists of graduates from the years 1889 to 2002 (living graduates only at time of printing for each volume after 1969). These lists include students from Chicago College of Law, Kent College of Law, and Chicago-Kent College of Law
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
The Walter L. Oblinger, Jr. Papers collection is arranged into 5 series, and contains records dating from 1935 to 1990 filling 13 document boxes and 1 flat box. A majority of the material is made up of notebooks from Oblinger’s law studies (and those of his wife’s studies). A large part of the collection is research and original clippings and photographs supporting the writing of Oblinger’s memoir. The collection also includes notebooks and binders from Oblinger’s law practice