Soia Mentschikoff (1915–1984) reformed how the United States does business and led the way for later generations of women in law.
Two constitutional scholars weigh 21st-century challenges to the letter and spirit of the First Amendment.
Rebecca Sandefur, AM’97, PhD’01, studies how real people use—or don’t use—the civil justice system, and proposes real solutions.
It’s time to rethink stereotypes about American truckers.
When tariffs on Canadian newsprint threatened US papers, political scientist turned trade lawyer Elliot J. Feldman, AB’69, built a case and a coalition.
Law School professor Justin Driver explores how education law became a cultural flashpoint.
At 100, civil rights leader Timuel D. Black Jr., AM’54, has seen change—and made it happen.
Kim Ng, AB’90, has found her sweet spot as MLB’s senior vice president for baseball operations.
You have no idea who most of the candidates on your ballot are (yes, you).
Before historian Emily Lynn Osborn led study abroad trips, she took one of her own.
The primary preoccupations of an unlikely political wife.
Former White House chef Sam Kass, LAB’98, AB’04, is serving up new recipes and improvements to food policy. Plus: Kass’s recipe for brussels sprouts Caesar salad.