Lunch Talks, Coffee Mess, and Sunny Study Spots in the Library: A Few Things the Class of 2019 Will Miss About the Law School

Madhu Goel Southworth, ’01: Media Executive Focuses on Emerging Technologies and Leadership

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Douglas G. Baird

Abebe and Baird Elected to the American Law Institute

The American Law Institute has elected 58 new members who will bring their expertise in several areas of law to ALI’s work of clarifying the law through Restatements, Principles and the Model Penal...

Martha C. Nussbaum

When Fear Becomes Hope

It wasn’t the way Martha C. Nussbaum’s work usually began: provoked by an unbidden sense of alarm, unfolding with the sort of restless urgency that preempts sleep and invites unplanned investigatio...

William H. J. Hubbard

The Coase Lecture: Hubbard Applies Physics to Law and Economics

Using physics as an analogy to better understand and highlight the contributions of behavioral economics, Assistant Professor William H.J. Hubbard, ’00, delivered this year’s Ronald H. Coase Lectur...

Randy Picker on Why the Antitrust Process Might Not Be the Right Way to Deal with Big Tech

But the antitrust process, which typically involves lawsuits that slowly wind their way through the court system, might not be the right way to deal with many of the problems people point out with big tech, University of Chicago law professor and antitrust expert Randy Picker said.

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