The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Professor Alison LaCroix a 12-month fellowship to advance her study of the constitutional discourse that roiled America between the War of 1812...
Surely, you’d think, United’s lawyers worked hard to draft a contract that would allow United to demand passengers on oversold flights to surrender their seats, as the airline did prior to the infa...
It “would be the most substantial tax reform since the original enactment of the income tax in 1913,” writes University of Chicago Law School professor David Weisbach in a new paper.
Famed political and moral philosopher Martha Nussbaum stopped by City Hall for a conversation with Mayor Emanuel about ideas and ideals, the role of philosophers in the public arena, and the churning emotions of our political moment she laid out in latest book, "The Monarchy of Fear."
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Thomas J. Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law