Legal career paths have changed a great deal—and so have the ways that the Law School supports students and alumni in their searches.
Professors Eric Posner and Nicholas Stephanopoulos examine whether unequal numbers of votes might be a legitimate solution to a variety of election law issues.
From the Classroom to the Courtroom: Cohorts at Chicago Firms Find Synergy, Support among Classmate Colleagues
Making partner at a law firm is special; it's even more so when you do so alongside classmates who are also long-time colleagues.
Remarks from Adam Silver, '88, Commissioner of the NBA, and Professor Emily Buss.
Her passion for the law, partnered with her background in psychology and corresponding interest in social work, are what drew her to her new position at the Law School.
To illustrate the variety of paths our alumni pursue, we took a look at the Class of 1985. Among them are corporate executives, law school professors, law firm partners, solo practitioners, public service lawyers, a United States senator, the director of the FBI, and more.