The University of Chicago Law School has a fantastic and ground-breaking clinical legal education program that we'll be telling you more about in the future. Today, however, Craig Futterman, the clinical faculty member who runs our Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project, notched a big win yesterday on behalf of client Corethian Bell. Mr. Bell is a mentally disabled man who was coerced into confessing to the murder of his mother and spent 17 months in Cook County Jail for a crime he did not commit. Professor Futterman and Mr. Bell's other attorneys reached a million-dollar settlement with the Chicago Police Department in the case. All of us here at the Law School are proud of the fine work done by all the students and faculty in our clinical programs, and are especially happy to report this good news today. To read more, click here.