News

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

December 2, 2016
Law School Communications
Samantha Wilson,’ 18, Named November Pro Bono Volunteer of the Month
by By Luke Sperduto, ’18
December 1, 2016
Law School Communications
Schwartz Lecture: Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards on the Future of Reproductive Rights
by Becky Beaupre Gillespie
November 29, 2016
Law School Communications
Legal Forum Explores the Changing Workplace
by Phillip Thomas, ‘18
November 29, 2016
The Volokh Conspiracy
William Baude on United States v. Johnson
"Ordinary Investigative stop, or “Extraordinary” and Unlawful Police Tactics?"
by William Baude
November 29, 2016
The Volokh Conspiracy
William Baude: Does Federal Law Already Ban Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation?
"Does Federal Law Already Ban Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation?"
by William Baude
November 28, 2016
Law School Communications
My Chicago Law Moment: David Chizewer, ’91, Learned to Persuade by Occasionally Conceding
by Becky Beaupre Gillespie
November 28, 2016
Oxford Business Law Blog
Masur and Posner: Should Regulation Be Countercyclical?
"Should Regulation Be Countercyclical?"
by Jonathan S. Masur and Eric A. Posner
November 28, 2016
The Hill
Lecturer Adam Mortara, 01, Argues Before SCOTUS in Federal Sentencing Guidelines Case
"Justices Weigh Scope of Federal Sentencing Guidelines"
by Lydia Wheeler