Law, Policy & Society
Dylan Walsh, AB’05, reflects on the full life his uncle lived with a transplanted kidney.
Baseball writer Christina Kahrl, AB’90, found acceptance as a trans woman in the sports world.
At the University in the 1960s, Bernie Sanders, AB’64, set out on a path that led to the Senate, and an unlikely place at the center.
A law professor offers an inside look at his experience on a presidential panel reviewing how the government protects national security and preserves civil liberties.
Doulas can make an important difference for young, low-income mothers and their babies.
Lawrence Lessig inaugurates the Berlin Family Lectures with a study of institutional corruption.
Thirty-six students dress up as lawyers and witnesses for a mock trial tournament at Eastern Michigan University.