Aside from their academic work, the Law School's faculty often write for leading national and international newspapers and magazines, and are even more frequently consulted by journalists from these news outlets seeking explanation of and insights into complicated legal matters. This page catalogs a sampling of articles by and about our faculty; additional articles containing quotes from the faculty are regularly posted to the Law School's Twitter feed.

We are proud that our faculty writes on a wide variety of topics from a diversity of viewpoints. No individual article represents the views of the Law School or the full membership of the Law School community, and we are proud of the range of intellectual inquiry represented here and in our faculty's scholarly work.

Journalists who wish to speak with our faculty are encouraged to visit our media inquiries page for more information.

Latest News

September 2, 2015
The Wall Street Journal
Paul Woo Helps Track Down the Pen that Marked the End of WWII
"One Pen’s Journey Through War and Peace"
by Brian Spegele
September 1, 2015
CBS New York
Brian Leiter on the Gay Marriage Case in Kentucky
"The Gay Marriage Case in Kentucky"
August 31, 2015
Law School Communications
My Chicago Law Moment: Debra Snider, ’79, Learned to Step Back and See What Others Didn’t
by Becky Beaupre Gillespie
August 27, 2015
Law School Communications
Research Matters: A Look at the Latest in Faculty Scholarship
by By Becky Beaupre Gillespie
August 25, 2015
Huffington Post
Geoffrey Stone: Academic Freedom and the Meaning of Courage
"Academic Freedom and the Meaning of Courage"
by Geoffrey R. Stone
August 24, 2015
The New Rambler
Richard McAdams on 'Go Set a Watchman'
"Past Perfect"
by Richard H. McAdams
August 24, 2015
Defining Ideas
Richard Epstein: The Truth About Campaign Finance Reform
"The Truth About Campaign Finance Reform"
by Richard A. Epstein
August 20, 2015
Legal Talk Network
Futterman in Panel Discussion on Race, Communities, and Policing
"ABA Annual Meeting 2015: Perspectives on Race, Communities, and Policing in Twenty-First Century America"