The Boldness of the Bigelow Fellowship: How the Law School’s 73-Year-Old Legal Writing Program Became a Springboard for Future Scholars

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William M. Landes

Posner and Landes: Justices Save the Big Rulings Until the End

June is known as the month for weddings — and for blockbuster U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

Lee Fennell

Open-Access Book "Evidence and Innovation in Housing Law and Policy" Grew From Kreisman Initiative Conference

Interdisciplinary approach and accessible prose shows how housing law and policy impacts household wealth, financial markets, urban landscapes, and local communities

No area of law and policy is more central to our well-being than housing, yet research on the topic is too often produced in disciplinary or methodological silos that fail to connect to policy on t...

Jeff Leslie

Jeff Leslie on the Pilsen Housing Cooperative

This type of housing initiative would be impossible without the assistance of organizations such as the Housing Initiative Clinic and, in some cases, affordable housing funding.


Nicole Hallett on Why Amazon and Other Companies Are Ending Hazard Pay for Essential Workers

As the shutdown orders went into effect two months ago, several American companies began offering hazard pay to essential employees, such as retail, grocery and health care workers. Now, some of those companies, such as Amazon, RiteAid and Kroger, are ending their hazard pay policies.

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Spring Quarter 1L Exams- Non-Elective Classes (Mon/Wed/Fri)


Emeritus Lecture: How Private Insurers Regulate Public Police


Participating faculty: Thomas J. Miles, John Rappaport

Spring Convocation