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.
The team’s long-term objective is to be able to inform State officials and citizens of a probable spike in, say, levels of dangerous microbes or effluents, similar to weather and air pollution fore...
Awards for “Excellence in Public Interest Service” will be presented to ... Randall D. Schmidt, Professor of Law at the University of Chicago and Manager of the Mandel Legal Aid Clinic.
Invoked against political protest, rejected as a national value, and conjured as a ground for strictly enforcing the law against children, the tolerance card today (sometimes intolerantly) is seemingly as empty as it is commonplace. Its promiscuity suggests that the word has come adrift from any conceptual or normative anchor.
The Law School Advantage
Thomas J. Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law