Scholars used to argue that democracy, once attained in a fairly wealthy state, would become a permanent fixture. As the late Juan Linz put it, democracy would become “the only game in town.” That ...
A new study that I and my colleagues at Compass Lexecon are releasing on Tuesday indicates that fossil-fuel divestment could significantly harm an investment portfolio.
View from the Ground: What Students in the Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic Learn Abroad
In Tunisia over spring break, Vera Iwankiw, ’17, learned some of what the Internet couldn’t tell her about violent extremism and human rights. Iwankiw and other members of the Law School’s Internat...
CHICAGO — Imagine that a senior government official takes to Twitter, makes a call to a national news outlet or goes on national television to disparage you.
The Law School Advantage
Thomas J. Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law