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Why do innocent people confess? Keith Findley weighs in

In the Media

Thursday, Dec 8, 2016

Why do innocent people confess? Keith Findley weighs in

WUWM

Solitary confinement reform: a Q&A with Rick Raemisch '88

In the Media

Thursday, Dec 1, 2016

Solitary confinement reform: a Q&A with Rick Raemisch '88

The Atlantic

Alta Charo discusses research on '3-parent' babies

In the Media

Thursday, Dec 1, 2016

Alta Charo discusses research on '3-parent' babies

The Washington Post

Muslim lawyers strategize for a Trump presidency, says Asifa Quraishi-Landes

In the Media

Tuesday, Nov 29, 2016

Muslim lawyers strategize for a Trump presidency, says Asifa Quraishi-Landes

The National Law Journal

Spotlight: Tour UW Law

Activities and Scholarship

In November, Thomas W. Mitchell's article, "Restoring Hope for Heirs Property Owners: The Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act," appeared in State and Local Law News (published by the American Bar Association's State and Government Law Section).

Yaron Nili's article, "In Search of 'Absent' Shareholders: A New Solution to Retail Investors' Apathy" (co-authored with Kobi Kastiel), was published in the November 2016 edition of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.

John Ohnesorge's essay, "How Can We Know What We 'Know' about Law and Development?: The Importance of Taiwan in Comparative Perspective," was published in a Festschrift volume honoring the career of Herbert Han-Pao Ma, a distinguished judge and legal scholar in Taiwan. The volume is titled, "Legal Thoughts between the East and the West in the Multilevel Legal Order." 

In November, Brad Snyder presented "Sacco-Vanzetti and the Supreme Court," as part of the Supreme Court Historical Society's lecture series on the Supreme Court and the Progressive Era. Snyder's lecture was part of his forthcoming book, "The House of Truth: A Washington Political Salon and the Foundations of American Liberalism," which is due out in February from Oxford University Press. The lecture took place at the U.S. Supreme Court, and Snyder was introduced by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.