Criminal Law Society

Public Defender Brownbag Lunch Series Kick-Off

Date: 
01.05.2012
Location: 
University of Chicago Law School, Classroom V

The Criminal Law Society and its faculty advisor, Professor Siegler, invite interested students to attend the first lunch in the new Public Defender Brownbag Lunch Series, which will be co-sponsored by OCS.

Faculty: 
Alison Siegler

Criminal Law Society and Office of Career Services presents a Criminal Law Career Panel

Date: 
11.16.2011
Location: 
Law School Room III

The panel will contain four practitioners in criminal law including a former AUSA for the Northern District of Illinois, former State's Attorney, former Federal Defender, and former State Defender.

Faculty: 
Alison Siegler

The Criminal Law Society presents "Life as an FBI Agent"

Date: 
05.19.2011
Location: 
Law School Room I

Nikki Skovran from the Federal Bureau of Investigation will discuss life as an FBI agent, investigations, and how the bureau works with the US and States Attorneys offices.

Criminal Law Society presents "Race, Poverty, Innocence & Death: Why Other States Will Follow Illinois in Abolishing Capital Punishment"

Date: 
05.03.2011
Location: 
Room III

Stephen B. Bright is president and senior counsel of the Southern Center for Human Rights and teaches at Yale Law School. He served as director of the Center from 1982 through 2005, and has been in his present position since the start of 2006. He has taught at Yale since 1993.

BLSA, NLG, Outlaw, and Criminal Law Society present "Queer (In)Justice" - author Joey Mogul speaks

Date: 
03.29.2011

 

Joey Mogul will be speaking about her new book, and about her work.

Lunch provided.

Queer (In)Justice

 by Joey Mogul, Andrea Ritchie, and Kay Whitlock

The Criminal Law Society presents Steve Mills on the Criminal Justice System and the Media

Date: 
02.28.2011
Location: 
Law School Room I

Steve Mills has been a reporter for the Chicago Tribune since 1994.  He has written about the death penalty, miscarriages of justice, and other problems in the criminal justice system.

The Criminal Law Society presents Steve Mills on the Criminal Justice System and the Media

Date: 
02.02.2011
Location: 
Room 3

Steve Mills has been a reporter for the Chicago Tribune since 1994.  He has written about the death penalty, miscarriages of justice, and other problems in the criminal justice system.

Criminal Law Society presents "Innocent on Death Row" co-spsonsored by the ACLU, Human Rights Law Society, National Lawyers Guild, and Witness to Innocence

Date: 
11.04.2010
Location: 
Law School Room III

Randy Steidl was an average, hard-working guy from a small farming community in southern Illinois. When questioned about the 1986 murders of newlyweds Dyke and Karen Rhoads, Randy assumed the police were questioning many people in the area. He did not know either of the victims but cooperated with the police and gave a corroborated alibi for the night of the murders. It was a sho

Criminal Law Society presents U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald

Date: 
05.10.2010
Location: 
Room II

U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois Patrick Fitzgerald will speak to interested Criminal Law students on May 10th, 12:15pm, Room II.