‘Challenged beyond Their Wildest Dreams’: A New Seminar Paired Law Students with Incarcerated Teens—and Expanded Both Groups’ View of the Law

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William Baude

President Biden today named three University of Chicago Law School professors to a bipartisan commission to examine possible reform to the US Supreme Court. William A. Baude, professor of law and...

Nicole Hallett

As the shutdown orders went into effect two months ago, several American companies began offering hazard pay to essential employees, such as retail, grocery and health care workers. Now, some of th...

Erica Zunkel

The Senate should reject Otis’ nomination because his views on criminal justice and sentencing are far out of the mainstream and are driven by hyperbole and fear, rather than evidence and data.

The undercover operations seem like entrapment, but their targets can receive long sentences—sometimes even harsher than those for genuine crimes.

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