W. Kamau Bell, LAB’90, prepares for his next upswing in the roller coaster business of comedy.
How lawyer-turned-boutique-owner Tina Kourasis, JD’96, found a job that fits.
Martha C. Nussbaum argues a culture of rage and retribution is harming American society.
A landmark lawsuit aims to reform treatment of mentally ill inmates in Illinois prisons.
At the Law School, Obama laid out Merrick Garland’s qualifications.
As the historic document turns 800, David M. Rubenstein, JD’73, reflects on preserving a Magna Carta in the United States.
Law School professor Randy Picker, AB'80, AM'82, JD'85, learned a lot about teaching—and learning—while developing his massive open online course.
Patrick Barry, JD’12, taught students about effective legal writing through his presentations for the Keystone Program.
Jonathan Rapping, AB’88, inspires attorneys who represent indigent clients to fight a system stacked against them.
The annual University of Chicago Law Review symposium drills down on tough questions.