“What the governors are saying is that they don’t want to take people… but governors don’t have a say to let in people into their states.”
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Despite being rejected for RSO-status last year, Kitchen Sink provides an artistic outlet for students.
Cheryl Leahy (A.B. ‘03) discussed how to end the abuse of animals at a talk at the Law School Tuesday.
Kagan recounted her path to the Supreme Court.
A member of Congress said that UChicago is one of 111 schools that appeared to require the CSS Profile form for federal aid in violation of the Higher Education Act.
UChicago law students try to prove the innocence of a death row inmate they claim was framed by the police.
Holder: “You decide cases on the facts, on the law, irrespective of politics.”
The speakers direct the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights, an independent nonprofit based at the Law School, which trains law students and volunteers to represent immigrant children in courtroom proceedings.
Patrick Fitzgerald also served as special prosecutor in the case that convicted Lewis “Scooter” Libby for revealing the identity of covert CIA agent Valerie Plame in 2003.
Ohio State University Law professor and best-selling author Michelle Alexander spoke about the mass incarceration of black males at the George E. Kent Lecture on Thursday.
Nearly 900 students, faculty, and community members attended the 66th Annual Latke-Hamantash Debate.
The donation will benefit scholarship merging law and economics.
The current Supreme Court is the most polarized in American history, according to law professor Geoffrey Stone.
A contrarian free software developer describes a tech world with copyright reform.
Programmer Richard Stallman argued that proprietary software laws infringe on fundamental democratic values at a talk yesterday afternoon.