Law, Policy & Society
Before the movie and the song, Ellen Cassedy’s (EX’72) organization 9to5 revolutionized the working lives of American women.
Illinois has a new media literacy law—by a high schooler, for high schoolers.
Dental expert turned forensic scientist Wilmer Souder, PhD 1916 (1884–1974), testified against mobsters, fraudsters, and murderers.
The “grandfather of restorative justice” looks back on a career spent advocating for change.
Peter Dreier, AM’73, PhD’77, examines how social movements changed baseball history.
Computer science and social science join forces to plumb the digital divide.
A sociologist investigates how businesses navigate legal gray areas.
A historian sheds light on the document behind the newest federal holiday.
Mealtime conversation with the Korean Vegan.
At 18, Jack Schultz, AB’50, began a journey that set the course for the rest of his life.
Paul Kaufman, AB’00, did mock trial in high school. Now he runs the show.
Chicago’s Media Burn Archive is preserving a precious but vulnerable resource: video.