News Archive

April 23, 2010
On the Media
"Animal Cruelty as Free Speech"
by National Public Radio
April 22, 2010
"Eight Forty-Eight," WBEZ
"Philosopher Martha Nussbaum Talks Sexual Orientation and the Law"
by Ron Litke
April 21, 2010
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
"Law journals: Do people consider the print version a relic? "
by Jerry Crimmins
April 21, 2010
The New York Times
"Judicial Bouts Reveal Power of Persuasion"
by Sheryl Gay Stolberg
April 19, 2010
"Progressivism Remains Off Key"
by Richard A. Epstein
April 19, 2010
"The long, clear, inspiring record of Diane Wood"
by Glenn Greenwald
April 19, 2010
Law School Office of Communications
"Eric Posner Elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences"
by Lynn Safranek
April 16, 2010
"Oboe-Playing Judicial Artist Diane Wood Eyed for High Court"
by Andrew M. Harris and John McCormick
April 16, 2010
University of Chicago News Office
"Alison LaCroix’s new book examines vital emergence of American federalism"
by Sarah Galer
April 15, 2010
Anchorage Daily News
"Free-market economist changes tune"
by Steve Haycox