The Advocate

February 22, 2012

Since David Zarfes, Michael Bloom and Sean Kramer co-founded the Corporate Lab in 2009, the Lab has continued to expand its...

February 19, 2012

University of Chicago Law School students Eileen Ho and Mishan Wroe spent the past year working to fill a void in their school's offerings.

February 12, 2012

The International Bar Association, OECD, and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime are using the Corporate Lab's recent Special Report as part of their anti-corruption educational tools.

February 9, 2012

The Housing Initiative Clinic recently closed two transactions in a single week.  The first project was the acquisition and rehabilitation of an eight-unit building in the South Chicago neighborhood area.   The...

February 7, 2012

The Civil Rights and Police Accountability Clinic has long been working to expose abuses by the Special Operations unit of the Chicago Police Department...

February 2, 2012

This “new era” of FCPA enforcement has resulted in many things.  From my perspective, one of the best things it has resulted in is increased attention of the FCPA and FCPA compliance among academics and students.

February 2, 2012

A few days ago, Federal Criminal Justice Clinic students Amanda Penabad and James Kraehenbuehl convinced U.S. District Judge Ruben Castillo to sentence a client to probation with an ankle monitor rather than sending him to prison for 10–16 months, as the government had requested.

December 12, 2011

Larry Lessig was a perfectly unplanned warm-up act for Rod Blagojevich last week, especially if you wonder just...

December 8, 2011

Illinois operates nine inpatient psychiatric facilities housing approximately 1300 persons.  Faced with a substantial budget deficit, on September 8, 2011, the State announced its intention to close three of these facilities.  The State has also announced that it does not...

December 8, 2011

A parade of witnesses who testified against Jamie Snow at his 2001 murder trial have recanted, creating a pool of new evidence that could reverse Snow’s murder conviction, an attorney for the former Bloomington man told the 4th District Appellate court Wednesday.