Download Fall 2008 PDF issue read the digital Gargoyle online (below).
Wisconsin Legal Education
+ NYC Opportunities = Perfect Fit
Wisconsin law graduates have always looked to New York City as an exciting place to practice, in both the public and private sector. This issue’s cover story checks in on the Law School’s rising young generation of legal professionals who chose to practice in New York firms.
For Three Top Prosecutors, the
Road to NYC Began in Wisconsin
Three members of the Class of 1983 reflect on their paths straight from the UW Law School to high-level New York careers.
Professor Larry Church Has a
Teaching Style All His Own
William Lawrence (Larry) Church is widely acknowledged as a highly effective and original teacher whose focus is on developing his students’ capacity for analysis and logical thought. How did he get here, and why has he won all those teaching awards?
Photos capture the excitement as the Class of 2008 was launched into the legal profession at Monona Terrace in May.
In Foreign Supreme Courts
It is rare for Americans to work as clerks or interns on the Supreme Courts of other nations, but two recent UW law graduates did just that, in India and Germany.
Campus Advisor/Art Direction:
Niki Denison/Colleen O'Hara
Wisconsin Alumni Association