David M. Rubenstein has never forgotten the importance of the full-tuition scholarship he received to attend the University of Chicago Law School and the difference it made in his life.
Law School alumni share how the full-tuition Flloyd Russell Mechem Prize Scholarships made a difference in their lives.
In his latest book, The Living Constitution, Professor David A. Strauss examines the value of a Constitution that evolves.
Read how the Law School's modern recruiting tactics attracted one of the best classes yet.
Students show how the University of Chicago Law School fosters an environment where people across the ideological spectrum can express their viewpoints without fear of scorn or ridicule.
One of Elena Kagan's students reflects on how much she has changed since her Chicago Law days, and how much she has not.
Senior academics, jurists, private practitioners, and regulators gathered in May for the Law School Summit "Are Markets Efficient? Legal Implications of Economic Theories of Market Behavior."
Leading economists from across the country gathered at the Law School in May for the conference The Law and Economics of Race.
Legal historian Laura Weinrib, the Law School's newest faculty member, believes highlighting the complexities and contingencies of history can open space to new approaches to today's social problems.
Jo Desha Lucas, the Arnold I. Shure Professor of Urban Law, Emeritus, is remembered in a Record article reprinted from Fall 1986.
Almost a dozen Law School students have found success securing internships or employment with the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and Yugoslavia, a trend that highlights the Law School's pursuit of opportunities for students in human rights internships.