The Law School’s Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship helped score a major victory for Chicago’s food carts on Thursday when the Chicago City Council approved an ordinance that will allow thousands of non-motorized food vendors to operate legally, marking another milestone in the clinic’s years-long effort to champion the rights of mobile food entrepreneurs.
The Law School’s Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship helped score a major victory for Chicago’s food carts today when the Chicago City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that will allow non-motorized food vendors to operate legally, marking another milestone in the clinic’s years-long effort to champion the rights of mobile food entrepreneu
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Sometimes law students are told they have two options: a miserable life earning decent money at a law firm, or a rewarding job coupled with a vow of poverty. This isn’t true. On October 7, Rob Johnson, an attorney with the Institute for Justice, will discuss his public-interest career and steps you can take to have a career at IJ. The Institute for Justice, the nation’s
SDGs Treatment of TB and the Right to Health is Woefully Inadequate
Health and Human Rights Journal
September 8, 2015
The new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have failed to integrate the right to health into the global development agenda.
The proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) appear to be an improvement, or at least a thoughtful reaction, to some persistent criticisms of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Among these criticisms was the relegation of TB to a non-enumerated “other disease” alongside mention of HIV/AIDS and malaria in MDG6.
In the Chicago Sun-Times, Clinical Professor of Law and director of the Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project Craig Futterman reacted to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s City Council measure to give subpoena power to Chicago police brass conducting internal-affairs investigations.