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Sarah Lawsky Worked on a Tax Law Code That the French Government Deemed Officially “Awesome”

In December 2023, Catala, a program on which Sarah Lawsky, Stanford Clinton Sr. and Zylpha Kilbride Clinton Research Professor of Law collaborated, was officially listed as “awesome” ...

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Minow Debate Series Addresses Whether Citizens United Has Undermined Democracy

On February 21, 2024, students, faculty, alumni, and guests filled Thorne Auditorium to observe the latest installment of the Newt and Jo Minow Debate Series at Northwestern Pritzker School of ...

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Questions to Ask About Government Use of Deepfakes

Northwestern researchers examine the potential harms to democracy. Will the lure of deepfakes prove irresistible to democratic governments? What questions should governments ask — and who in ...

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Law Courses Recognized for Innovation

A course at Northwestern Pritzker Law, AI and Legal Reasoning, garnered a finalist spot in the Bloomberg Law School Innovation Program for 2023-2024. Three more courses: Writing for the Court, ...

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Northwestern Pritzker Law Co-Hosts “Generative AI + Entertainment: Opportunity, Ethics, and Law”

On February 1, Northwestern Pritzker Law, in collaboration with the School of Communication, held “Generative AI+Entertainment: Opportunity, Ethics, and Law,” a collaborative conference that ...

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A Case of Love: An Engagement Story in the Classroom

One day in the early 1990s, Professor Len Rubinowitz received a phone call during office hours from a man who introduced himself as Marc Mettes.

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Daniel W. Linna Jr. Joins Illinois Supreme Court AI Task Force

The Task Force’s 20 judges, practitioners, and academics are charged with gathering knowledge and recommending how the Illinois Judicial Branch should regulate and use AI in the future.

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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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Harsha Marti (JD-MBA ‘02) Establishes the Marti Family Fellowship

The Fellowship will offer aspiring scholars a much-needed pathway to a career in law teaching by providing mentorship, opportunities to present research, and academic placement support

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