Spotlight: Pro Bono

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

Activities and Scholarship

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."

Carrie Sperling and Greg Wiercioch presented “Day in the Life: Innocence Project Attorneys” at CrimeCon in June.