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Pritzker Profs. Julie Biehl and Shobha Mahadev and researcher Marshan Allen. The three talked about juvenile justice in a Tuesday roundtable sponsored by the Northwestern Prison Education Program.

NU profs. and criminal justice researcher discuss juvenile justice reform

October 28, 2020

Pritzker profs. Julie Biehl and Shobha Mahadev and researcher Marshan Allen discussed juvenile justice Tuesday at a roundtable sponsored by the Northwestern Prison Education Program. The event, a part...

Law School program aims to help young people transitioning from juvenile justice system

May 3, 2016

The Pritzker School of Law will team up with the Chicago Housing Authority for a program that aims to support Chicago youth in the juvenile justice system transition to adulthood. The multimillion-dollar...

School of Law Dean Daniel Rodriguez, M.K. Pritzker, J.B. Pritzker, University President Morton Schapiro and Board of Trustees chairman William Osborn attend the announcement of the Pritzker family’s $100 million donation to the School of Law. The school was renamed the Pritzker School of Law in honor of the Pritzkers’ gift.

Northwestern receives $100 million from Pritzker family, renames School of Law

October 22, 2015

With one of the largest gifts to a law school in the nation, J.B. Pritzker (Law ’93) and his wife, M.K. Pritzker, made a $100 million donation to the School of Law, the University announced on Thursday....

Bluhm Legal Clinic memo pushes back on mandatory minimums

October 20, 2013

Northwestern School of Law's Bluhm Legal Clinic jumped into a hot political debate Friday over mandatory minimum sentencing for serious gun crimes, releasing a memo on "evidence-based solutions." Stephanie...

Children and Family Justice Center receives $750,000 award

March 3, 2013

Northwestern University Law School’s Children and Family Justice Center has received a $750,000 award that will go toward advancements in the Center’s communication strategy and creation of an endowment. CFJC...

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