News Archive

April 6, 2016
Chicago Tonight
"Former Clerk to Merrick Garland Speaks About Working with Nominee"
by Hunter Clauss
April 4, 2016
Notice & Comment
"Maybe the Federal Reserve Banks Are Constitutional After All"
by Daniel Hemel
April 4, 2016
Slate
"Amicus: The Case Against the Case Against Confirmation"
by Dahlia Lithwick
April 4, 2016
Law School Communucations
by Stephanie Spiro, ’16
April 3, 2016
Huffington Post
"Criminals or Victims? Donald Trump and the Anti-Abortion Puzzle"
by Geoffrey R. Stone
April 1, 2016
Chicago Sun-Times
"Obama to return to U. of C. Law School to push for Garland"
by Lynn Sweet
April 1, 2016
NPR
"When It Comes To Police Reform, Insurance Companies May Play A Role"
by Martin Kaste
April 1, 2016
Forbes
"Privacy Is The New Money, Thanks To Big Data"
by Omri Ben-Shahar