Interdisciplinary Academic Programs

International and Comparative Law

The University of Chicago Law School has a broad commitment to the study and practice of International Law.

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Law and Economics

The University of Chicago Law School has launched a major new initiative – Law and Economics 2.0 – to expand the scholarship and influence of law and economics in the United States and broaden its impact throughout the world. The centerpiece of the initiative is the new Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics.

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Law and Philosophy

The Law School offers an extremely broad and deep program of interdisciplinary study in law and philosophy, with attention to both the major historical figures and contemporary problems.

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Legal History Program

The Legal History Program at the University of Chicago draws upon the faculty in both the Law School and the History Department to offer a range of courses in the history of law.

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