The University of Chicago Magazine
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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MAGAZINE
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VOLUME 89, NUMBER 5 JUNE 1997
JUST CAUSE: The cases are among the legal system's toughest, and the clients are often in desperate straits. That's why the University's Mandel Clinic takes them on. Putting theory into practice, seasoned clinical faculty and diligent law students seek justice for those with nowhere else to turn. (See "Theory in Practice," below). Photograph by Lloyd DeGrane.
In the Mandel Legal Aid Clinic, Law School students and faculty apply their studies to their practice, changing lives and the law.
Eight senior University professors--winners of the first Norman Maclean faculty awards--offer reflections on the teacher's art.
When students in Geo Sci 220 flew to Jamaica for spring break, they came to work on more than just their suntans.
TIM ANDREW OBERMILLER
Kurt Elling, who left the University's Divinity School to follow his voice, mixes faith, talent, and ambition on his way to the top.