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Chicago History Comes Alive Through Interactive Databases

Writer, advocate and teacher Leigh Bienen’s digital projects are lenses for viewing extraordinary periods in our past.

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Jamelia Morgan Named a 2024 Emerging Scholar by Diverse Magazine

Diverse: Issues In Higher Education recently named Jamelia Morgan, professor of law and the Director of the Center for Racial and Disability Justice, as one of its 2024 Emerging Scholars ...

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ABA Names Professor Shobha Mahadev (JD ’99) Fearless Children’s Lawyer of the Month

In October, the American Bar Association named Shobha Mahadev, clinical professor of law at the Children and Family Justice Center (CFJC) at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law’s Bluhm ...

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Professor Zachary Clopton Appointed to Advisory Committee on Civil Rules

Chief Justice John Roberts recently appointed Professor Zachary Clopton to the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules. This role will help the Supreme Court shape the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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Law Center for Better Housing Honors Professors Laurie Mikva and Daniel Linna

The Law Center for Better Housing (LCBH) has awarded Laurie Mikva, clinical assistant professor of law; and Daniel Linna, senior lecturer and director of the Law and Technology Initiative, for ...

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Welcomes New Faculty Hires

Northwestern Pritzker Law is excited to welcome eleven outstanding new professors to our faculty. Their innovative scholarship and teaching will enrich our community and make an important impact ...

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Dean Hari Osofsky Elected to the American Law Institute

Dean Hari Osofsky, Myra and James Bradwell Professor of Law and Professor of Environmental Policy and Culture (courtesy), has been elected as a new member of the American Law Institute (ALI), the ...

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Robin Walker Sterling Among Scholars Receiving $2 Million Gift to Support Children’s Constitutional Rights

In June, an anonymous donor gifted $2.1 million to support children’s constitutional rights. The newly funded project, the Advancement of Children’s Constitutional Rights consortium, includes ...

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Five Faculty Members Retire After Storied Careers

On Friday, May 5, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law held a celebration for the retirement of five faculty members. After decades of service to the Law School, Herbert Beller, professor of ...

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