A generous endowment gift to the Law School from Steven B. Feirson, ’75, has led to the creation of the Steven Feirson Distinguished Lectureship.
A substantial gift from David Kreisman, AB ’60, JD ’63, and his wife, Susan, has led to the creation of a program that will support teaching and research in housing law, policy, and finance.
The new Doctoroff Business Leadership Program will train Law School students to lead in business, just like Dan Doctoroff, ’84.
The Kapnick Leadership and Professionalism Initiative: Translating a Successful Booth Class to the Law School
Through the generosity of Scott, JD/MBA ’85, and Kathleen Kapnick, ’84, the Law School is introducing a bold new leadership development program.
The Keystone Professionalism and Leadership Program trains students to be future leaders in the legal profession.
Our alumni are trailblazers in government, business, public interest work, and much, much more.
Professor M. Todd Henderson writes about his journey from skeptic to supporter ofthe idea of teaching leadership.
Longtime faculty member Diane Wood takes leadership of the Seventh Circuit.
Friends, colleagues, and Wright reflect on many years of leadership and innovation in the Law Library.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg visits the Law School to talk about women’s rights.