Housing 30 clinical professors who oversee 14 centers and more than 20 individual clinics, our Bluhm Legal Clinic plays an essential role in educating our students and in carrying out important reform to laws and legal institutions here and abroad. Future lawyers at Northwestern Law are exposed to the problems that our society and all societies face in their efforts to support justice.
This area of our website will feature rotating videos highlighting our Bluhm Legal Clinic and each of its centers. We hope you enjoy viewing these segments as you become more familiar with our Bluhm Legal Clinic.
06/18/2013 Mother finally feels free after charges dismissed in death of son, Steven A. Drizin in The Chicago Tribune
06/12/2013 What Is Anthony Kennedy Thinking?, Andrew M. Koppelman in Slate
06/10/2013 Lessons from Kennedy's peace campaign, Juliet Sorensen in The Chicago Tribune
06/07/2013 High rate of sexual assault at Joliet youth prison, survey finds, Stephanie Kollmann in The Chicago Tribune
06/05/2013 Mastros set free in France, but U.S. may still go after them, Juliet Sorensen in The Seattle Times
06/03/2013 'Enormous' repercussions as court weighs DNA sampling during arrests, Jeffrey Urdangen in US News
06/03/2013 Practice of post-arrest DNA testing has already played role in local legal history, Rob Warden in The Chicago Tribune