|—||Northwestern Law Alum Dennis Daugaard in the The Charleston Gazette. [View article…]|
Wondering when the December Interview dates will be posted? Or how we respond to a questions like “Tell me about your school?” This Week in Questions has the answers!
|—||Northwestern Law professor Stephen Presser in The Chicago Tribune [View article…]|
|—||Northwestern Law professor Steven Lubet in The Los Angeles Times. [View article…]|
The Northwestern School of Law appointed an interim dean late last week and also named the search committee responsible for finding a permanent replacement for departing Dean David Van Zandt.
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A new book by Professor Steven Lubet describes important role slavery played in developing legal defense
A new book by a Northwestern University School of Law professor tells the stories of three dramatic fugitive slave trials of the 1850s. Each of the trials underscores the crucial role runaway slaves played in building the tensions that led to the Civil War, and the three trials together show how “civil disobedience” developed as a legal defense. [View article…]
Northwestern Law has placed in the top two for Best Career Prospects in The Princeton Review Best Law Schools guide — a category in which we have placed in the top two every year for the past six years that the Princeton Review has published these rankings. We also ranked No. 4 in Best Classroom Experience, No. 7 in Best Quality of Life, and No. 8 ranking for Toughest to Get Into.
Brodsky Family Northwestern Fund Lecture to feature SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro
Mary Schapiro, the 29th Chairman of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, will be the featured speaker at the Brodsky Family Northwestern Fund Lecture on November 9. [View article…]