Faculty & Staff Resources

Semester Resources


Recent News | More News

Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic provides start-up support to UW's entrepreneurial faculty and staff

Economic Justice Institute publishes fall newsletter

Herman Goldstein wins international Stockholm Prize in Criminology

Professors Charo and Gaines present at 2017 TEDMED


In the Media | More In The Media

Alta Charo praises new federal guidelines on stem cell therapies, but calls for better consumer information
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Sarah Davis responds to LGBT Chamber of Commerce endorsement of health insurance plan

How unprecedented is President Trump's politicization of science? Steph Tai weighs in
Snopes.com

Editorial: Herman Goldstein, excellence in policing
WISC-TV


Faculty Activities and Scholarship | Read More

Steph Tai was an invited speaker for the University of Arkansas Law Review Symposium on Environmental Sustainability and Private Governance in October. Her talk was titled "Food Sustainability in the Age of Complex, Global Supply Chains."

Cecelia Klingele presented "Effective Advocacy: What Lawyers Can Do to Improve Sentencing" to the Massachusetts bar in November. Klingele's talk addressed the research foundations of the Massachusetts Superior Court's Sentencing Best Practices, which draw in part on her work related to probation condition-setting and probation revocation.

Kate Judson presented "Child Abuse and Mandatory Reporting" at the Wisconsin State Public Defenders annual conference in November. This year's conference was titled "50 Years after Gault: Continuing to Fulfill the Promise of Zealous Advocacy for Juveniles."

Meg Gaines has been elected to the board of directors for the National Quality Forum, a not-for-profit, nonpartisan, membership-based organization that works to catalyze improvements in healthcare.


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