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The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Podcast

By UChicagoLaw

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Listen to lectures by—and discussions with—the University of Chicago Law School's eminent faculty, as well as some very special guests.

Customer Reviews

Thanks Chicago

These lectures will mostly interest the law student & lawyer crowds but for this audience they are great. The content of each lecture I have listened to is substantively deep and intellectually engaging. It is nice to listen to people whose work I have read or name I have heard of but haven't been able to hear from directly. My only problem is that the audio quality. There is a fair amount of background noise, but not to the extent that makes listening annoying. It just sounds like someone is sitting in the middle of the room with a recorder. So you hear table bumps, pop cans opening, coughs, doors, etc. However, I can hear 99% of the words so very little content is lost. I'm glad Chicago decided to make these lectures available via podcast. Thanks for sharing the knowledge. I think it is good way to promote the law school as well.

Thanks again Chicago

I am teaching a law and economics oriented contracts class to lawyers, judges and prosecutors in an LLM program in Manila. I am using these lectures to supplement the course and for make up assignments. This is a great resource.