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04.13.2020

Q&A with Joyce Hughes: A Pioneer in Law

Joyce Hughes, professor of law, began her career at Northwestern in 1975, after four years of teaching at the University of Minnesota Law School. When she received tenure in 1979, she became the ...

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01.09.2020

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Access to Court Records

Professor David Schwartz explains how federal court system paywalls derail researchers who want to study patterns in court records. The cross-disciplinary Northwestern Open Access to Court ...

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10.16.2019

From Patents to Privacy: Northwestern Law’s IP Scholars Are Leading The Field

In an era of rapid technological change, the members of Northwestern Law’s Intellectual Property (IP) faculty are focused on the study of innovation and the law. Collectively, the group ...

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09.20.2019

Interdisciplinary Team Receives NSF Grant to Build Open, Searchable Platform for Court Records

An interdisciplinary team of Northwestern professors, including seven members of the Northwestern Law faculty, was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Convergence Accelerator Grant this ...

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07.29.2019

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: The Delta Model

Professor Alyson Carrel explains a new framework that helps law students and lawyers understand how law and technology can work together to create a more holistic approach to lawyering. This is ...

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07.23.2019

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Restorative Justice

What IS restorative justice anyway? Professor Annie Buth explains.

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06.17.2019

Spotlight on Scholarship: Nadav Shoked on Property and Local Government Law

Property and local government law regulate the most foundational, and vital, elements of our lives: where, and thus how, we all live. Though they are often conceived separately, both bodies of ...

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06.11.2019

A Conversation with Zachary Clopton, Professor of Law

Zachary Clopton joins the Northwestern Law faculty as a professor of law. His research and teaching interests include civil procedure, complex litigation, international business transactions and ...

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05.14.2019

Faculty Recognized at 2019 American Law and Economics Association Conference

On May 17-18, the American Law and Economics Association (ALEA) 2019 meeting will be held at the New York University School of Law. Northwestern Pritzker School of Law has a long tradition of ...

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