The Advocate

January 15, 2013

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday in Alleyne v. United States. The case could overhaul mandatory minimum sentencing requirements. Alison Siegler of the University of Chicago’s Federal Criminal Justice Clinic was at the hearings and filed a brief with the court that...

January 15, 2013

Clinical Professor Craig Futterman was feeling a bit desperate the first time he asked civil rights attorney Tom Peters for help. Futterman was new to the Law School and had just started the Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project, the first clinic of its kind in the country.

January 8, 2013

In summer 2013 the clinical law program plans to hire a number of law students to work in the various clinics in the Kane Center.  Positions will be open for the following clinics:

December 21, 2012

On December 12th, on behalf of the Sierra Club, Prairie Rivers Network, and Openlands, the Abrams Environmental Law Clinic filed a complaint in Circuit Court in Springfield, Illinois demanding judicial review of a massive open pit...

December 10, 2012

Judge Amy St. Eve has given Clinical Prof.

December 7, 2012

This Sunday, CBS' 60 Minutes will include a story titled "The False Confession Capital," about the many cases of in Chicago of convictions overturned due to coerced confessions.

December 6, 2012

Yesterday, Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Civil Rights and Director of the Mandel Clinic's Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project Craig Futterman,...

December 5, 2012

The Federal Criminal Justice Clinic has filed an amicus brief on behalf of The Sentencing Project and the ACLU in Alleyne v....

November 20, 2012

The University Community Service Center has posted a profile of Kristin Love, '09, Staff Attorney at the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights.