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Activities and Scholarship

In April, Cecelia Klingele presented "Criminal Justice Reform: What Is Changing, What Is Not and Why" for the Crossroads of Ideas Lecture Series at UW-Madison. The free, public series is sponsored by the Morgridge Institute, the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery and WARF. Watch the presentation online.

Kate Judson and Keith Findley participated on the panel, "Litigating Change in Science: Shaken Baby Syndrome and Arson," at the West Virginia Law Review Symposium in March. The symposium was titled "Flawed Forensics and Innocence."

Jonathan Scharrer hosted a survivor panel in April, as part of UW-Madison's 4W Summit. The two panelists described their experiences related to crime, the criminal justice system, and the victim-offender dialogue process that they completed through the Restorative Justice Project.

Meg Gaines was appointed to the steering committee for the National Academy of Medicine’s Vital Directions for Health and Healthcare Initiative, a bipartisan group of health and healthcare leaders who are tasked with advising the 2016 administration on next steps for health reform in the United States.