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Tonya Brito discusses her experiences as a family court researcherTuesday, Jan 17, 2017

Tonya Brito discusses her experiences as a family court researcher

Life of the Law

Mark Sidel discusses China's new rules for foreign NGOsTuesday, Jan 3, 2017

Mark Sidel discusses China's new rules for foreign NGOs

Financial Times

Aaron Seligman's '11 Bright Idea for 2017: Support systems for familiesTuesday, Jan 3, 2017

Aaron Seligman's '11 Bright Idea for 2017: Support systems for families

The Capital Times

Spotlight: Tour UW Law

Activities and Scholarship

John Ohnesorge's chapter, "The Regulatory State in East Asia," has been published in Comparative Law and Regulation, edited by Francesca Bignami of the George Washington University Law School, and David Zaring of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

Alta Charo was elected to the governing council of the National Academy of Medicine.  

In December, Ben Kempinen presented “Ethics Rules for Prosecutors: The Wisconsin Experience” in Milwaukee County. The presentation--broadcast statewide to all Wisconsin prosecutors--tracked the history of the state’s approach to ethical issues unique to the prosecution function, detailed the efforts of those involved, and explained how the current version of the rule informs state prosecutors in their day to day work.

Miriam Seifter’s essay, “Complementary Separations of Power,” was published by the New York University Law Review Online in December.