As their options increase, each professor devises his or her own “scholarship strategy” based on their field, goals, writing style, time, and career progression. Each must ask the question: what’s the best way to get my ideas out into the world?
What inspires those who choose to study the weighty problems of law, economics, and society and spend their time attempting to find solutions?
Gifts from Thomas Cole, ’75, and the Sidley Austin Foundation have created the Thomas A. Cole–Sidley Austin Distinguished Visiting Professorship in Business Law.
A gift from Leslie Bluhm, '89, and her husband David Helfand has further strengthened the Law School's already-extensive business and entrepreneurship training for its students.
Barbara J. Fried (née Vogelfanger), ’57, AB’54, has created the Mark and Barbara Fried Fund for Public Interest in the Law School.
Professor Richard McAdams, Bernard D. Meltzer Professor of Law and Aaron Director Research Scholar, talked to The Record in detail about the process of writing his first book.
“If you want to be read beyond a narrow circle of academics, you have to rely on translations.”
Not even the most serious legal scholar reads scholarship all the time.