From India to South Africa to Australia, public interest-minded students find work experience through international fellowships.
The Spring 2012 issue of the Record detailed Chicago Law students’ increasing passion for public interest law and the Law School’s effort to meet that interest with opportunities and funding. Of course, that enthusiasm and support is not confined within the United States.
Online VRA symposium: Social science goes to court
Adam Cox and Thomas Miles
September 13, 2012
The Constitution need not be read to require that Congress amass social scientific evidence before exercising its power to enforce the Fourteenth Amendment. Surprisingly, however, lower courts confronting a slew of recent challenges to the Voting Rights Act have come close to imposing such a requirement. If the Supreme Court holds Congress to that standard, the Act is in seriou