When Barack Obama arrived at the Law School in 1991, faculty and students alike sensed that he had a bright future ahead of him.
A glimpse of life in Hyde Park and at the Law School during the presidential campaign and election.
Do aspects of the design of constitutions have any significant effect on constitutional durability?
Improved programs, expanded services, and a new space.
After two and a half decades, a novelty is firmly rooted among the Law School's traditions.
Seventy-five years of contribution to excellence in legal scholarship.