A group of alumni professors engage in a lively conversation with Record Editor Marsha Nagorsky, ’95, about what it is like to go from Chicago Law student to a member of the faculty.
Alumni pay tribute to the men and women whose influence lasted far longer than a course or research project.
Professor Geoffrey Stone’s legendary class turns students into justices—and great legal thinkers.
Professor Dennis J. Hutchinson on the long and distinguished history of the classic first-year course, Elements of the Law, and its many famous teachers.
Two Law School courses offer students a taste of the academic’s life, complete with scholarly papers, workshops, and giving lectures on classic legal works.
Professor Martha Nussbaum speaks at the Midway Dinner on the “carnival of interdisciplinary delights” available to law students.
Clinical teaching takes place in the classroom, in court, in business meetings, on the
streets of Chicago, and sometimes even in the US Supreme Court.
Law School professors go high-tech, and say their teaching is better for it.
Our lecturers are prominent leaders of law, business, and the humanities. They are also
dedicated and enthusiastic teachers.