Law, Policy & Society

Can the law keep up with robots?

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Examining why new technology often poses questions that the law isn’t equipped to answer.

Setting the Doomsday Clock

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As Armageddon nears, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists sends a message of urgency—and hope.

Marching on

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A Divinity School event commemorates the 50th anniversary of Selma and explores the state of civil rights today.

Lost kin

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Excerpt from A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life by Allyson Hobbs, published by Harvard University Press. Copyright © 2014 by Allyson Hobbs. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

Crossed lines

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A secret in her own family led Allyson Hobbs, AM’02, PhD’09, to uncover the hidden history of racial passing.

Botching the wedding

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Wayne Scott, AB’86, AM’89, reflects on the winding path he and his wife followed on their way down the aisle.

Rx: Research

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UChicago’s Health Lab uses social scientific methods to address the needs of urban patients.

Healing is prevention

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An antiviolence program helps South Side youth navigate the trauma that surrounds them.

Proven approach

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UChicago launches Urban Labs, an all-in, evidence-based effort to improve urban life.

Declaring marital law

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In his Nora and Edward Ryerson Lecture, Law School professor Geoffrey Stone, JD’71, explains why he thinks the Supreme Court will rule in favor of same-sex marriage.

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