Stephanopoulos Explains the Research that Convinced SCOTUS to take the Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case
In June, the Supreme Court agreed to hear its first partisan gerrymandering case in more than a decade.
Using physics as an analogy to better understand and highlight the contributions of behavioral economics, Assistant Professor William H.J. Hubbard, ’00, delivered this year’s Ronald H. Coase Lectur...
As lawyers we’re trained to think that everybody on the opposite side is going to act opportunistically and strategically at every turn, and that we’re supposed to constrain them through contracts....
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."
Weymouth Kirkland Courtroom
The Law School Advantage
Thomas J. Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law