Omri Ben-Shahar and Ariel Porat examine the challenges and opportunities of a new legal paradigm—one where rules vary person by person—in light of their recent book, Personalized Law.
Adam Chilton and Mila Versteeg discuss the future of empirical constitutional studies in light of their recent book, "How Constitutional Rights Matter."
Valena Beety and Brandon Garrett present a timely series at the intersection of criminal justice and the coronavirus pandemic.
Taiyee Chien and Matthew Reade present a diverse, challenging, and respectful conversation about affirmative action and its future.
Deborah Malamud presents a timely series on the Roberts Court, judicial interpretation, and the future of the administrative state.
Miriam George and the University of Chicago Law Review Online present this series on protecting democratic elections and voting rights during pandemic times.