‘Challenged beyond Their Wildest Dreams’: A New Seminar Paired Law Students with Incarcerated Teens—and Expanded Both Groups’ View of the Law

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Remembering Elle D'Amore, 1993-2020

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Tom Ginsburg

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 ...

Bridget Fahey
New Hires Bring Expertise in Criminal Justice, Federalism, Environmental Regulation, and Energy Law

Four new scholars, including a leading expert in criminal law and three rising stars in American federalism, energy law, and environmental regulation, will join the University of Chicago Law School...

Julie A. Roin

President Trump’s decision to move his official state of residence from high-tax New York to no (income) –tax Florida has brought public attention to an issue that has long troubled scholars, as we...


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