Spotlight: Pro Bono

Spring break at the borderRead how UW Law students used their legal training to help families seeking asylum.

Activities and Scholarship

Sumudu Atapattu’s article, “Climate Change, International Environmental Law Principles and the North-South Divide,” appears in the Summer 2017 edition of Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems, published by University of Iowa College of Law.

Gretchen Viney presented a Continuing Legal Education program, "Giving Bad News to Clients; Real Estate Listing Contract Update," at the June meeting of the Dodge County Bar Association.

Jonathan Scharrer co-authored the chapter "Reimagining and Restoring Justice: Toward a Truth and Reconciliation Process to Transform Violence Against African-Americans in the United States" (with Fania Davis), which was published in the book "Transforming Justice, Lawyers and the Practice of Law" in June.

In June, Keith Findley was a panelist at the National Institute of Justice's Sentinel Events Initiative All-Stakeholder Symposium, held in Washington, D.C. Findley's panel was titled "Considerations for Implementation: Related Disciplines, Research and Outside Expertise."