Spring 2015

The Domino Effect of Kapnick: Bold New Program Brings Interpersonal Savvy of Business to Law

The new Kapnick program is aimed at helping students hone critical interpersonal skills. The results have exceeded everyone's expectations.

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Big Wins and Big Lessons: How Craig Futterman’s Civil Rights and Police Accountability Clinic Is Shaping Whole Lawyers

Long before America knew the names Eric Garner and Michael Brown, and long before their deaths sparked nationwide concern about police abuse, the Law School had its Civil Rights and Police Accountability Clinic.

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Data and the New World of Empirical Scholarship

The rise of data-driven research has provided a dramatic new avenue of exploration for the prodigious research appetites of the University of Chicago Law School faculty.

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A Win-Win-Win: The Trifold Impact of the Public Interest Fellowship

A Law School fellowship program gives six graduates each year the funding they need to launch public interest law careers. Why it works—and why it is essential.

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Building the Future of Law and Business through Experience

The very first cohort of students in the Doctoroff Business Leadership Program completed their business internships this past summer and discussed their experiences.

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Originalism: A Debate

In Winter 2014, Professors Eric Posner and William Baude cotaught a course on originalism and blogged about the content. An excerpt of their conversation.

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