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

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Emily Buss
An Eye-Opening New Seminar Paired Law Students with Incarcerated Teens—and Expanded Both Groups’ View of the Law

It was the third week of a virtual Law School seminar in which Professor Emily Buss and 10 law students were teaching incarcerated teenagers about their constitutional rights, and the topic was div...

Adam Chilton

Professor Adam Chilton and a coauthor won the International Society of Public Law’s 2021 book prize for How Constitutional Rights Matter (Oxford University Press, 2020), a volume that builds on yea...

Judith P. Miller
How the Federal Criminal Justice Clinic’s Fake Stash House Cases Changed a Controversial Charging Practice, Lowered a Discovery Standard, and Saved Clients Hundreds of Years in Prison

Walking into the ceremonial courtroom on the 25th floor of the Everett M. Dirksen US Courthouse on December 14, 2017, Linnet Davis-Stermitz, ’18, knew that the scene before her was exceptional, alt...