IIT Chicago-Kent's James J. Morici, Jr., Advocacy Corridor will be dedicated April 8

Apr 04, 2014 807

The James J. Morici, Jr., Advocacy Corridor at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law will be dedicated at a public reception on April 8 from 5 to 7 p.m. The dedication, which will bring together Morici's family, friends, classmates and members of IIT Chicago-Kent's trial advocacy and appellate advocacy teams, will be held on the first floor of the law school at 565 West Adams Street (between Clinton and Jefferson streets) in Chicago.

The James J. Morici, Jr., Advocacy Corridor serves as the gateway to the state-of-the-art Bruce M. Kohen Courtroom and walled showcases displaying more than three decades of awards won by IIT Chicago-Kent trial and appellate advocacy teams. The corridor is named for IIT Chicago-Kent alumnus James J. Morici, Jr., a founding partner of Morici, Figlioli & Associates in Chicago, who graduated in 1979.

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Source: http://kentlaw.iit.edu/

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