Paul Woo, Director of Career Services, Retires after 39 Years

My Chicago Law Moment: Peter Altabef, ’83, on Professor David P. Currie’s Subtle Lessons in Storytelling and Respect

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Randall D. Schmidt

Randall D. Schmidt Receives Award for Excellence in Public Interest Service

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.

Herschella G. Conyers

Clinical Professors Conyers and Stone Receive Kathryn Smith Matkov Award

The Chicago Chapter of the Federal Bar Association last week honored Clinical Professors Herschella Conyers and Randolph Stone, the directors of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinic, with the K...

Daniel Hemel

Daniel Hemel's "The Architecture of a Basic Income" Featured in Jotwell

Miranda Fleischer and Daniel Hemel have written a terrific article, The Architecture of a Basic Income, about a universal basic income, or UBI. They offer concrete policy advice grounded in philoso...

Aziz Z. Huq Reviews a New History of "Tolerance"

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.

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