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Bigelow Practical Writing Presentation: Writing for Judges

Date: 
03.28.2012
Location: 
Room II

Guest presenter Zachary Clopton will discuss his experience writing for judges in various capacities.  Mr. Clopton works for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois and also serves as a Lecturer in Law at the Law School.  Prior to serving as an AUSA, Mr. Clopton clerked for The Honorable Diane P. Wood of the U.S.

Classics in Feminist Theory Series: How Catherine MacKinnon's Theory of Sexual Harassment Brought Down an Israeli President

Date: 
02.29.2012
Location: 
Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, 5733 S. University

The Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Classics in Feminist Theory Series presents:

"How Catherine MacKinnon's Theory of Sexual Harassment Brought Down an Israeli President,"

A lunchtime seminar with Orit Kamir, Professor of Law, Peres Academic Center, Israel

Date: Wednesday, February 29

Time: 12:00-1:30 p.m.

Bigelow Practical Writing Presentation: Affidavits and Expert Reports: Legal Writing in Other Voices

Date: 
02.16.2012
Location: 
Room II

Guest presenter Keren Zwick will discuss aspects of practice that involve writing in the voice of non-lawyers, such as affidavits and expert reports.  Ms.

Bigelow Practical Writing Presentation: Government Lawyering

Date: 
02.01.2012
Location: 
Room II

Bigelow Practical Writing Presentation: Government Lawyering

UChicagoLaw Faculty on United States v. Jones

In November, the Supreme Court heard arguments in United States v. Jones, which will decide whether the Constitution allows police to put a tracking device on a car without either a warrant or the owner's permission. We asked several faculty members for their reaction to the arguments; here are reactions from Professors Strahilevitz, McAdams, and Futterman.

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