Chad Konecky

The Land of Music & Piracy

In a copyright showdown between the music industry’s Big Three record labe...

For most of us, what qualifies as an epic music debate is wholly subjective and undertaken all in good fun. ...

The Innocence Whisperers

Adjunct Professor Charlotte Whitmore has a gift for freeing the wrongly conv...

Hope has many adversaries, but few greater than the metallic clink and jangle of human bondage. On April 23...

For the Record

Defying the odds, Randall McMillan ’95 withstood a bleak Brooklyn upbringi...

The man whom Randall McMillan has become—husband, father, and a music business heavyweight so expert that ...

Awakening the Great Spirit

Oil now flows through the Dakota Access Pipeline and it may never stop, but ...

Black smoke billowed from the charred remains of teepees as troopers advanced on the Oceti Sakowin camp at t...

The China Syndrome

Peter Zeidenberg ’85 comes to the defense of two Chinese Americans accused...

Clearly, it was just a bad dream. Jenny Xi, who was six years old when enforcers of Mao’s Cultural Revolut...

The Two Sides of the Truth

Walt Kelly’s efforts to win a $36 million wrongful conviction settlement f...

Walt Kelly ’68 didn’t have a starring role in Making a Murderer. He wasn’t a player in the sexual assa...

No Biz Like Showbiz

Netflix Senior Counsel Joel A. Goldberg ’92 is proof that a groundbreaking...

A few weeks before the Berlin Wall crumbled almost three decades ago to break up the Cold War, Joel Gold...

It Takes Two

Paul Callan ’75 and Mel Robbins ’94 are the unlikeliest of pairings as t...

It’s hard to reconcile where Paul Callan and Mel Robbins are now with where they have been. On so many lev...