The University of Chicago Law School is about ideas. We love to generate them, turn them around in our heads, discuss them with colleagues, and put them out into the world. We’re interested in discussing these ideas not just with the people who know a lot about them, but with smart people who bring fresh perspectives.
So we've begun a program we're calling "Ideas Are Everywhere," sending books by our faculty out into the world beyond our campus. If you've found one of these books, please leave your comments below, along with a note about where you found it and the number written in the inside cover of the book. We'll be keeping track of how these Chicago ideas travel across the world via the map below.
If you found the book interesting, we hope you'll pass it on to a friend, or just leave it in a coffee shop or on an airplane for someone to find.
- = Richard Posner, How Judges Think
- = Martha Nussbaum, Liberty of Conscience
- = Bernard Harcourt, Illusion of Order