The Law School produces a wide range of publications, from the the finest traditional student- and faculty-edited academic journals to one of the most-read law school faculty blogs in the country.
The Law School publishes six professional journals: The Chicago Journal of International Law, The University of Chicago Law Review, The University of Chicago Legal Forum, The Journal of Law & Economics, The Journal of Legal Studies, and The Supreme Court Review.
The Law School produces several series of academic papers, including the Public Law and Legal Theory Working Papers, the Coase-Sandor Institute for Law & Economics Working Papers, the Maurice and Muriel Fulton Lectures, and a series of occasional papers.
The Law School publishes several blogs, including the Law School Faculty Blog (the only institution-run blog named to the ABA Journal's Blawg 100), the well-known Becker-Posner Blog (featuring Senior Lecturer Judge Richard Posner and Nobel Prize-winning economist Gary Becker), Accolades and Achievements (which chronicles the endeavors of our alumni), the D'Angelo Law Library Blog, and the Electronic Projects Blog.
Whether you're on-campus or across the world, you can be a part of the engaging discussions going on at the Law School by subscribing to our podcasts.
The Law School produces many additional publications, from The Record (the Law School alumni magazine) to reports by our clinical programs and policy initiative recommendations.