In Law School Visit, Judge Boasberg Discusses Career Paths, January 6 Trials, and Politicization of the Judiciary

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Helen Toor, ’82: Judging a Variety of Cases with Compassion and Empathy

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Law School Coronavirus/COVID-19 Updates

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Brian Leiter

In a Washington Post op/ed, Professor Brian Leiter discusses why Supreme Court confirmation hearings are controversial.

Saul Levmore
In Their New Book, Nussbaum and Levmore Take on Retirement, Wrinkles, and What It Means to Grow Old Thoughtfully

Martha C. Nussbaum and Saul Levmore agree: people should talk more openly about growing old, and they should do a better job of planning ahead. For the longtime University of Chicago Law School co...

Emily Underwood
Innovation Clinic Students Experience Bay Area Startup Culture During Law School's Inaugural Innovation Trek

When I registered for the Innovation Clinic last autumn, I never imagined that I would end up sitting in the very room in Palo Alto, California, where Google became a company. But in March, there...


Weymouth Kirkland Courtroom
Participating faculty: Adam Chilton