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Joseph Diedrich wins Best Brief student competition

Susannah Camic Tahk named 'Up & Coming Lawyer' by Wisconsin Law Journal

Rachel Grob, Center for Patient Partnerships: Patient narratives play an essential role in assessing health care quality

Kastenmeier Lecture: Congressman James Sensenbrenner '68 to speak on USA Freedom Act

In the Media | More In The Media

Wisconsin Innocence Project backs state bill to increase compensation for wrongly convicted

Officer Jared Prado '15 demonstrates implicit bias training at Madison Police Department
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Alta Charo discusses move by state lawmakers to ban fetal tissue research

Walter Dickey cautions against prison guards working in solitary confinement for extended periods
The Progressive

Faculty Activities and Scholarship | Read More

Mitra Sharafi presented a paper titled "Blood Testing and Fear of the False in British India" at the University of Minnesota Law School's Legal History Workshop in October.

Michele LaVigne gave two presentations on the effects of clients' language impairments in September: at the Ramsey County Public Defender Training Conference in St. Paul, Minnesota, and at the Colorado State Public Defender Annual Conference in Snowmass, Colorado.

Carrie Sperling was a keynote speaker at "With Conviction: Reporting on Science in the Courtroom," a workshop organized by the University of Arizona School of Journalism in September. In addition to presenting the keynote on shaken baby syndrome, Sperling served on panels on shaken baby syndrome and on bite mark evidence.

Keith Findley presented "Flawed Science and the New Wave of Innocents" at "Wrongful Convictions and the DNA Revolution: 25 Years of Freeing the Innocent," a symposium hosted by Boston's Northeastern University School of Law in September.

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