The Gargoyle

Volume 32, Issue 2 (Winter 2007)

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A Dean's View

Student Life


Featured: Small Cities, Big Opportunities

As part of a new Law School initiative to help spread the word about the advantages of practicing in smaller communities, the Gargoyle asked seven recent graduates to share their thoughts on the professional benefits of small-city practice and the lifestyle opportunities they are enjoying

Featured: How I Got Here

Professor James E. Jones, Jr. describes his journey from his hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas, to a top-level post at the Department of Labor in Washington, to an outstanding teaching career in Madison.

Featured: What Is That in Plain English?

Professor David Schultz, Director of the Law School's Continuing Education and Outreach Program, has completed 30 years as reporter for Wisconsin's Criminal Jury Instructions Committee, creating model jury instructions in accurate, plain English.

Featured: The Bloggable Life of Professor Ann Althouse

The Law School's Professor Althouse is nationally known for her Web log, which receives more than 12,000 visitors each day.

Featured: How Clinical Work Prepared Me

For Private Practice Student Carla McKenzie shares her discovery that the skills she learned in her Law School clinic were exactly the skills she needed when she went to work for a private firm.

Class Reunions

Class Notes

In Memoriam

Photo Finish

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