From Pizzagate to Private Practice: Navigating Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity

Demian Ahn, ’03

From Pizzagate to Private Practice: Navigating Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity By James Weir For most news consumers, the Pizzagate conspiracy theory was unconvincing from the start—there was no credible evidence to support the idea that a Washington, DC, pizzeria was the hub of a child sex-trafficking ring. Nevertheless, the allegations gained traction in certain online circles […]

Litigating Death Row: A Long Road of Loss

Litigating Death Row: A Long Road of Loss By James Weir Jodi Lopez, ’03, (left) a partner in the LA office of Sidley Austin LLP, spent 16 years fighting to save Matthew Reeves’s life. Appellate specialist Ben Friedman, ’13, a senior managing associate in the Chicago office of Sidley Austin, joined Reeves’s legal team in […]

A Red-Letter Day for Black Widow

Berlinski

A Red-Letter Day for Black Widow By Amy Spooner When Disney released the much-anticipated film Black Widow in July 2021, people didn’t need to head to their local theater to see Scarlett Johansson star as the Avengers heroine. They just needed to find their remotes. That’s a win for people accustomed to lounging at home […]