All in the game: Improving law by understanding the choices we make


Imagine a game in which two people--strangers--are told they will be given $100 to share, and that one of them will have the power to decide how much to offer the other.

Hearsay: Short takes from faculty op-eds

Professor Charles Fried

Judge Samuel A. Alito Jr.'s opponents have seized upon two memorandums he wrote when he was a junior lawyer in the office of the solicitor general....

The Katrina connection: HLS contributes to flood relief


After Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, many HLS students felt helpless watching news accounts of the unfolding devastation while beginning fall classes. The law school had posted links for the university's matching donations program and announced plans to host 25 law students from Tulane and Loyola tuition-free. But HLS students sought their own ways to donate their time and talents.

Is the case for intelligent design designed intelligently?

William J. Stuntz

Several school boards have recently mandated that science curricula include the teaching of intelligent design--the theory that all advanced life forms are so complex that they must have been designed by an intelligent force.