Seven faculty members examine the tradition of interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching that has informed all the work of the Law School for more than a century.
For the Love of Law and Literature: Lively Conference Exemplifies Law School’s Interdisciplinary Strengths
Every two years, Law School faculty and guests come together for an unusual conference filled with both scholarly presentations and theatrical performances.
Faculty and alumni pay tribute to Professor Coase on the occasion of his passing this fall at the age of 102.
What happens when professors turn their living rooms into classrooms and work acrossdisciplines to explore wide-ranging topics? The magic of the Greenberg Seminars.
Professors who study both law and medicine and Law School alumni who have both JDs and MDs share their stories of integrating the surprisingly cohesive fields.
Professor Brian Leiter makes the case for a deep conversation between the fields of law and philosophy in the law school setting.
The Law School’s legal historians, Professors Helmholz, LaCroix, and Weinrib, discuss the joys of studying legal history and its relevance to the modern study of law.
Generations of faculty and students have wrangled with cutting-edge scholarship at the Law School’s many and varied academic workshops.
A substantial gift from James C. Hormel, ’58, will provide a three-year full-tuition scholarship each year to an entering student who has demonstrated a commitment to public service.