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Recent News | More News

Criminal Appeals Project wins best brief honors from state bar

Stephanie Tai recognized for excellence in scholarly writing by the American Agricultural Law Association

Wisconsin Law Review symposium on federal judicial selection scheduled for Oct. 14

Laura Schroeder wins UW Law's Best Brief Competition

In the Media | More In The Media

Margaret Raymond joins women law deans' discussion on gender and leadership
Lewis & Clark Law School News

Keith Findley discusses citizen committee's recommendation on police department review
Wisconsin State Journal

Alta Charo discusses motives behind fetal remains legislation
The Nation

Peter Carstensen comments on American Family's proposed structure change
Wisconsin State Journal

Faculty Activities and Scholarship | Read More

Alta Charo presented the keynote address, "Blasphemy and Biological Research," at the Haverford College Symposium on Scientific Ethics in October.

Meg Gaines was provisionally appointed to the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committee entitled “Ensuring Patient Access to Affordable Drug Therapies.” The committee will examine patient access to affordable and effective therapies, with emphasis on drug pricing, inflation in the cost of drugs, and insurance design.

John Ohnesorge and the East Asian Legal Studies Center hosted Rep. Ron Kind, D-Wisc. Kind, who serves on the Trade Subcommittee of the House Ways and Means Committee, spoke with students and faculty about his support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and prospects for its passage during the upcoming lame-duck session.

Mark Sidel presented “Civil Society and the State in China: The Role of Foreign and Domestic Groups and the Chinese Government’s Policies” at a town hall organized by the National Committee on U.S. - China Relations and hosted by the University of Minnesota China Center. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger also spoke at the event.

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