Spotlight: Tatiana Shirasaki

We Heart Our Students This UW Law graduate student dreams of opening a children's humanitarian immigration clinic.

Activities and Scholarship

Meg Gaines co-authored the National Academy of Medicine report "Vital Directions for Health and Health Care: Priorities from a National Academy of Medicine Initiative," released in March. The paper was part of the NAM's Vital Directions series, which presented expert information and viewpoints to inform debate and decision making around U.S. health and health care. Gaines served on the steering committee for the series.

In March, Yaron Nili received the award for best paper at the 2017 Corporate Governance Symposium, sponsored by the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance at the University of Delaware. Nili's winning paper is titled "'Captured Boards': The Rise of 'Super Directors' and the Case for a Board Suite."

Sarah Davis co-edited the report, "Dane County LGBTQ+ Health and Wellness Profile: Research and Recommendations," for Public Health Madison & Dane County.

Megan McDermott's article, "Justice Scalia's Bankruptcy Jurisprudence: The Right Judicial Philosophy for the Modern Bankruptcy Code?" was recently accepted for publication in the Utah Law Review.