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04.25.2019

Professor Shari Diamond Examines the Interplay of Science and the Law

Diamond co-edited the fall issue of Daedalus, Journal  of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.  

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03.06.2019

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Women in Law

Women make up 38% of lawyers in the United States, and even though 51% of current law students are women, only 22% of law firm partners are women. Professor Tonja Jacobi takes a closer look at ...

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02.28.2019

Spotlight on Scholarship: James B. Speta on Telecommunications Law

Professor Speta is a prominent scholar of telecommunications law. In addition to his many scholarly articles on the topic, he is the co-author of a leading casebook that bridges the history of ...

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01.15.2019

Spotlight on Scholarship: Andrew Koppelman Honored by AALS Section on Jurisprudence

Andrew Koppelman, John Paul Stevens Professor of Law, was awarded the Hart-Dworkin Award in Legal Philosophy from the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section on Jurisprudence at the ...

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12.19.2018

Northwestern Law Faculty to Present at Association for American Law Schools 2019 Annual Conference

In early January, a number of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law faculty will be presenting at the 2019 Association for American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting in New Orleans, serving as both ...

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11.08.2018

Faculty Present Papers at 2018 Conference on Empirical Legal Studies

On November 9-10, the 13th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS) will be held at the University of Michigan Law School. As in years past, Northwestern Law will be well represented ...

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11.05.2018

A Northwestern Law Professor Explains: Campaign Finance

There was 5 billion dollars spent in the last federal election cycle. Who’s giving that money, why are they able to give so much, and what does it mean for the political process? Professor ...

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10.29.2018

Redish and Brill Debate the First Amendment and Commercial Speech

Should we amend the First Amendment? That provocative question was at the center of the October 17 debate between Marty Redish, Northwestern Law’s Louis and Harriet Ancel Professor of Law and ...

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10.26.2018

Bluhm Legal Clinic Kicks Off Its 50th Anniversary Year With Eye Toward the Future

“It’s a passionate public spirit that has really motivated our students and faculty to do the wonderful things they have done, and we keep that spirit by remaining engaged in the most difficulty ...

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