Seventy-two scholars from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong attended the first Summer School in Law and Economics.
Ronald Coase's new book, How China Became Capitalist is a fresh example of the intellectual approach that Coase first brought to the University as a visiting scholar more than half a century ago.
Long before international education was standard, six Chinese men journeyed to Chicago in the 1910s to study law.
Assistant Professor of Law Daniel Abebe examines the costs and benefits of international delegations, such as the United Nations, in comparison to domestic delegations such as the Federal Reserve.
The Master of Laws degree has come a long way, and so have its international recipients.
Professors Eric Posner and David Weisbach invited critics to the Law School to discuss their ideas on climate change and justice.
Professor Martha Nussbaum and her latest book about the “new religious intolerance.”
From India to South Africa to Australia, public interest-minded students find work experience through international fellowships.
Top human rights clinician Sital Kalantry joins the Law School faculty in January.
New program gives students the chance to spend their break from classes learning abroad.
Professor R.H. Helmholz and Distinguished Alumnus Daniel Doctoroff, ’84, offer words of wisdom to the Class of 2012.