Following the Great Recession, job creation has become a central issue in American politics and media. As the government struggles to promote job creation from above, entrepreneurs around the country and here in Chicago have the potential to pioneer new businesses that stimulate job growth from the ground up. Too often, governments tie up entrepreneurs’ creative potential with
Any students interested in learning more about the Class of 2013 Graduating Students Committee’s Class Gift Subcommittee should plan to attend. To RSVP for this meeting, or to learn more about the Class Gift effort, please contact Maureen McCarthy in the Office of External Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org or (773) 834-4411.
Geoffrey Stone, Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor and former dean (’93–’02) at the University of Chicago Law School, discusses the role of freedom and education in America today. Stone is one of the world’s foremost scholars of the Constitution.
On April 3, 2012, the Law School hosted a timely discussion with Sam Zell, one of the world’s leading investors, on "The Economy, Law and Entrepreneurialism." Zell, whose investment interests span real estate, energy, logistics, transportation, media, and health care, was joined in conversation with Dean Michael Schill.