Northwestern Pritzker School of Law has a remarkably interdisciplinary faculty engaged in a diverse array of research and scholarship. We have faculty working at the intersection of law and many other disciplines, including economics, psychology, philosophy, political science, sociology, and history.
In addition to their dedication to research and scholarship that advance the understanding of law and legal institutions, the Northwestern Law faculty also understands the importance of effectively communicating those advances to students, academics, legal and business professionals, and government officials.
Northwestern Law faculty members are involved in many scholarly projects and events both within and outside the University. These include acting as advisors for the student-edited law journals, supervising third-year JD students conducting senior research, organizing faculty conferences, participating in the Colloquium Series, or engaging with academic community through the various centers and institutes throughout the Law School and University.