Law, Policy & Society
Harvey Choldin, AB’60, AM’63, PhD’65, finds himself plumbing the archives for an exhibition on the Chicago school of sociology.
Amassing data on candidates nationwide, a new UChicago start-up helps voters navigate their local ballots.
Sociologist Howard S. Becker, PhB’46, AM’49, PhD’51, talks about his career studying deviance.
Jonathan Rapping, AB’88, inspires attorneys who represent indigent clients to fight a system stacked against them.
Clinical social worker Mary DeVan, AM’72, helps people plagued by hoarding disorders.
SSA associate professor Yoonsun Choi’s new study explores a diverse demographic with a variety of traditions and needs.
The annual University of Chicago Law Review symposium drills down on tough questions.
Chile has one of the lowest female labor-force participation rates in Latin America. So in an effort to bring more mothers into the workforce, a policy was introduced requiring firms to provide childcare. But that's not all it did.