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26 Apr 2016, 1:59 pm by Legal Writing Prof
Kent Streseman, the Director of Appellate Advocacy at Chicago-Kent College of Law, was chosen as Professor of the Year by the Student Bar Association at Chicago-Kent. [read post]
22 Oct 2019, 9:49 am by Lance Caughfield
A couple of weeks ago Kent Streseman posted a blog about the Supreme Court's new "two minute rule," generally allowing the first two minutes of oral argument to proceed without questioning, and how it had been applied in the first... [read post]
27 Nov 2007, 8:58 am
Kent Streseman, who is the director of the appellate advocacy program at Chicago-Kent, has revived his blog, Mootness, that reports on moot court competitions from around the country.One bit of news: the University of Washington team (Carrie Gage, Stephanie Knightlinger, Jeffrey Lane, Megan Larrondo, Ranjit Narayanan, Candice Tewell) is among the 28 teams that are advancing to the finals of the National Moot Court Competition, sponsored by the Association of the Bar of the… [read post]
26 Mar 2012, 1:17 pm
It is an obscure provision in the IRS code," acknowledged Kent Streseman of the Chicago-Kent College of Law." [read post]
4 Mar 2008, 12:00 am
Byrne, Second District Illinois Appellate Court, speaking on, "Appellate Jurisdiction in the State Court" • Kent Streseman, Professor of Law and Director, Ilana Diamond Rovner Program in Appellate Advocacy, Chicago-Kent College of Law, speaking on, "Persuasive Appellate Brief Writing" • Judge Diane P. [read post]
24 Mar 2008, 7:09 pm
Byrne, Second District Illinois Appellate Court, speaking on, "Appellate Jurisdiction in the State Court" • Kent Streseman, Professor of Law and Director, Ilana Diamond Rovner Program in Appellate Advocacy, Chicago-Kent College of Law, speaking on, "Persuasive Appellate Brief Writing" • Judge Diane P. [read post]
9 Jul 2018, 4:38 pm by Andrew Hamm
” At Appellate Advocacy Blog, Kent Streseman starts a series of posts on “judicial undoing: the circumstances, process, and advocacy of overruling” precedent. [read post]