Lawrence Wood runs the Law School’s Poverty and Housing Law Clinic, but his real fame comes from having won the New Yorker’s back-page caption contest a record five times.
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Expressways and planes explain (in part) why the Law School building looks the way it does.
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The first vending machines were installed in the Law School in 1934.
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Since our founding, the University of Chicago Law School has granted 13,562 degrees.
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