In The Media
Andrew Coan discusses Racine civil rights suit
Racine Journal Times
David Schultz explains sentencing options in not guilty by mental disease verdict
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
Activities & Scholarship
Alta Charo's essay, "Stem Cells: Save the Hope and Lose the Hype," appeared in the Winter 2014 issue of Wisconsin People & Ideas, the magazine of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters. Based on a presentation at the Academy's Fellows Forum, the essay describes the emerging problem of false advertising and fraudulent treatment that confuses patients looking for genuine stem cell therapies.
Alexandra Huneeus was invited by the American Bar Foundation to present her paper, "When Human Rights Courts Engage in Structural Reform," at an ABF Research Seminar in March.
Ursula Weigold, Kim Peterson and Deb Moritz spoke at the 2014 Capital Area Legal Writing Conference in Washington, D.C., in March. Weigold and Peterson presented the topic "Blended Learning: Can Online Skills Instruction Replace Traditional Classroom Teaching?" Moritz spoke about "Starting a Clinic-LRW Collaborative Program--The Challenges of Bringing the Real World to the Legal Writing Classroom."