Student organization event

Gary Haugen on Human Rights

Date: 
04.05.2010
Location: 
Room I

Gary Haugen serves as President and CEO of International Justice Mission.

"Gunner's World," from the 2010 Law School Musical

This song from "All You Need is Law: Because Love is Inefficient," the 2010 University of Chicago Law School Musical, was written by Bill Weaver '10, and performed by Matt Kopko '11.


2:57 minutes (2.71 MB)

Dan Kahan, "The Laws of Cultural Cognition and the Cultural Cognition of Law"

Dan Kahan is the Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law at Yale Law School.  Professor Kahan was on the faculty of the University of Chicago Law School from 1993 to 1999.  He also served as a law clerk to Justice Thurgood Marshall of the U.S. Supreme Court (1990-91) and to Judge Harry Edwards of the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C.


61:30 minutes (56.31 MB)

Criminal Law Society presents "Honest Services Fraud: Competing Perspectives"

Date: 
04.06.2010
Location: 
Room II

David Hoffman, Janis Roberts, and Tom Durkin will discuss honest services fraud and deliver competing professional perspectives on the prosecution and defense of such cases.

G. Stone, M. T. Henderson, & M. Redish, "Citizens United v Federal Election Commission: Campaign Finance & the First Amendment"

This debate was sponsored by ACS and the ACLU, and was recorded on 2/10/10. Geoffrey R. Stone is Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professorat the University of Chicago Law School.


58:32 minutes (53.59 MB)

ACLU, ACS, and the Federalist Society present "Academic Freedom Symposium"

Date: 
05.06.2010
Location: 
Law School

The ACLU, ACS, and Federalist Society present a symposium on academic freedom.

Thursday, May 6

12:15 p.m.-1:20 p.m. Academic Freedom in Practice (Room II)

Professor Richard Shweder, University of Chicago

"Gunner's World," from the 2010 Law School Musical

This song from "All You Need is Law: Because Love is Inefficient," the 2010 University of Chicago Law School Musical, was written by Bill Weaver, '10, and performed by Matt Kopko '11.

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