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Register for TOMORROW's forum moderated by Prof. @FairleyEsq: https://t.co/LaFo0VATud. Panelists will cover CPD oversight, implications of the SAFE-T Act, and the future of racial equity and fairness. Hosted by @ChiAppleseed, @Chicago_ACS, & @ChiCouncilLaw.
“The reason why you’re not even seeing improvement ... is that that same department that’s under a consent decree ... continues to deny the need for change,” said Prof Craig Futterman as CPD remains the same after Mayor Lightfoot's promises @chicagotribune https://t.co/JfCWhAyzz8
It’s important to hear from the point of view of multiple women, not just one woman, especially in the court. @milaatmos speaks with Martha Nussbaum of @UChicagoLaw, author of #CitadelsOfPride, for more. Tune in! https://t.co/2oKtztndaI https://t.co/eRtGGJgWg2
SURPRISE! The first 3 episodes of our new series Deep Dive Into Originalism just dropped! @WilliamBaude and @adamschilton discuss all things originalism: arguments for and against, and the positive turn https://t.co/ProaK08ZLC
Douglas B. Huron, '70, who won several major cases concerning the rights of employees, including a landmark Supreme Court decision that declared gender stereotyping a form of workplace discrimination, passed away June 7 at the age of 75. https://t.co/R04yFPghpg
Next week Prof. @FairleyEsq will moderate a forum with panelists covering community oversight of CPD, implications of the SAFE-T Act, and the future of racial equity and fairness. Register for the @ChiAppleseed, @Chicago_ACS, & @ChiCouncilLaw event: https://t.co/LaFo0VATud
"The bottom line is we cannot have proceedings that people can’t watch, especially if this goes beyond the pandemic," Prof. Judith Miller said after filing for video access to virtual proceedings in the Eastern District of Virginia. Via @lawdotcom https://t.co/X723hlujS5
"A lot of what you saw in the news was happening in [my life]. It felt really personal." said Victor Cedeño, '21, as he reflected on his time at the Law School and particularly the ups and downs of building a family during a pandemic. https://t.co/0N7RyRVjNt https://t.co/nCaFiudbTA
"Ultimately, we want to understand why different officers behave differently and whether and how agencies can intervene to get wayward officers back on track," said Prof. @JohnMRappaport of developing early intervention methods for police misconduct https://t.co/e3nnTeJy9c