In 25 years, Judge Frank Easterbrook has written opinions from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals bench with far-reaching influence, all the while continuing to mold young minds through teaching at the Law School and producing scholarship with characteristic incisive legal analysis.
It was only fitting, then, that the Law School and the University of Chicago Law Review should hold a celebration of Easterbrook's first quarter century on the bench.
In events titled "'The Interrogation Is Unceasing': A Quarter Century of Judge Frank Easterbrook on the Seventh Circuit," ten Law School professors in three panel discussions dissected Easterbrook's most significant opinions and the effect they have had on the legal world at large. Easterbrook attended each of the panels, which were held Jan. 11-13, and provided feedback to the panelists' observations.
This week's Faculty Podcast is a three-for-one deal, featuring recordings of all three panels. Subscribe here, or you can listen to them, watch video of the events, and read more about the events on our website.