University of Chicago/Law School

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Parent organizationUniversity of Chicago
HeadquartersChicago, USA
Training leaders in the judiciary, academia, government, politics and business

The University of Chicago Law School is the professional graduate law school of the University of Chicago. It is consistently ranked among the most prestigious law schools in the world, and has produced many distinguished alumni in the judiciary, academia, government, politics and business. It employs more than 200 full-time and part-time faculty and hosts more than 600 students.

The law school was conceived in the 1890s by the President of the University of Chicago, William Rainey Harper. Harper and the law school's first Dean, Joseph Henry Beale, designed the school's curriculum with inspiration from Ernst Freund's interdisciplinary approach to legal education.[1] The construction of the school was financed by John D. Rockefeller and the cornerstone was laid by President Theodore Roosevelt.


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A classic Official Narrative-type exposition of Conspiracy theory and Conspiracy Theorists with recommendations on how governments should deal with them. It is the principal source of the now widely-used expression "Cognitive Infiltration"


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