American Legal History Workshop

Workshopping for Success

Robin I. Mordfin

Generations of faculty and students have wrangled with cutting-edge scholarship at the Law School’s many and varied academic workshops.

The University of Chicago Law School was a seminal force in using workshops to develop ideas and to perfect scholarly papers and articles.

Laura Weinrib

Assistant Professor of Law and Herbert and Marjorie Fried Teaching Scholar

Laura Weinrib is a 2003 graduate of Harvard Law School. She completed her PhD in history at Princeton University in 2011. In 2000, she received an AB in literature and an AM in comparative literature from Harvard University. After law school, Weinrib clerked for Judge Thomas L. Ambro of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. From 2009 to 2010, she was a Samuel I.

Alison LaCroix

Robert Newton Reid Professor of Law and Associate Member, Dept. of History

Alison LaCroix is Robert Newton Reid Professor of Law at the Law School. She is also an associate member of the University of Chicago Department of History. LaCroix received her BA summa cum laude in history from Yale University in 1996 and her JD from Yale Law School in 1999. She received her PhD in history from Harvard University in 2007 after earning an AM in history from Harvard in 2003.

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