Mandel Clinic

Federal Criminal Justice Clinic Gets Charges Dropped in Stash House Cases

Chicago Prosecutors Quietly Drop Charges Tied to Drug Stash House Stings
Annie Sweeney and Jason Meisner
Chicago Tribune
January 29, 2015

Federal prosecutors in Chicago have quietly dropped narcotics conspiracy charges against more than two dozen defendants accused of ripping off drug stash houses as part of controversial undercover stings that have sparked allegations across the country of entrapment and racial profiling.

Faculty: 
Alison Siegler
Faculty: 
Judith P. Miller

Police Accountability Clinic: Victory on CPD Release of Abusive Officer Lists

July 30, 2014

Seven years ago, the University of Chicago Law School’s Mandel Clinic successfully represented Diane Bond, a public housing tenant repeatedly abused by a team of gang tactical officers at the Stateway Gardens development.  

Police Accountability Clinic: CPD Releases Lists of Officers Charged With Repeated Abuse

CPD Releases Lists of Officers Charged With Repeated Abuse
Civil Rights and Police Accountability Clinic
The University of Chicago Law School
July 30, 2014

Seven years ago, the University of Chicago Law School’s Mandel Clinic successfully represented Diane Bond, a public housing tenant repeatedly abused by a team of gang tactical officers at the Stateway Gardens development.  

Faculty: 
Craig B. Futterman

Sean Helle

Lecturer in Law and Abrams Environmental Clinic Fellow

Siegler on MSNBC: ATF Targeting of Minorities in Sting Operations

Report suggests ATF targeting minorities in sting operations
Jose Diaz Balart
MSNBC
July 22, 2014

Professor Alison Siegler appeared on MSNBC on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 to speak with host Jose Diaz Balart.

Faculty: 
Alison Siegler

Futterman on New Transparency in Chicago Police Abuse Allegations

Police Abuse Allegations Finally Go Public
Craig Futterman, Jamie Kalven, Jon Loevy and Flint Taylor
Chicago Sun-Times
July 18, 2014

We stand at a watershed in the long history of efforts to address patterns of police abuse in Chicago. On March 10, the state appellate court held in Kalven v. Chicago that documents bearing on allegations of police misconduct are public information.

Faculty: 
Craig B. Futterman
Faculty: 
Jon Loevy

Clinic Summary Now Available

August 14, 2013

Need a quick overview of the requirements for or other information about the Law School's clinical offerings? The Clinic has produced this handy chart summarizing helpful information about the Law School’s various clinics: http://www.law.uchicago.edu/clinics/students/summary

Conyers Convenes Group to Discuss Youth Violence

Chicago's Black Legal Community Meets to Stem Youth Violence
Dawn Turner Trice
Chicago Tribune
May 13, 2013

Herschella Conyers is an attorney who, along with several judges, recently invited a bunch of people to the University of Chicago to talk about violence and the growing number of teens getting entangled in the criminal justice system.

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