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Stephanie Tai wins Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award

Brad Snyder to lecture at U.S. Supreme Court in November

Professors Monette, Smith win Baldwin grant to facilitate entrepreneurship in Wisconsin's Native American communities

Adam Stevenson '10 and Edward "Ted" Bailey '15 win presidential commutation for Milwaukee man

In the Media | More In The Media

Miriam Seifter brings knowledge learned from Ginsburg and Garland clerkships to her classroom
Wisconsin Law Journal

Jonathan Scharrer: Engaging the community in the restorative justice process

Alta Charo: Proposed legislation to tie medical research funds to FDA standards is deeply misguided
The Wall Street Journal

Keith Findley: Criminal justice system shortcomings, technicalities prevent fair outcome for Wisconsin Innocence Project client
Injustice Watch

Faculty Activities and Scholarship | Read More

Jonathan Scharrer participated on a panel titled "Restorative Justice, Accountability and Community: Engaging the Community in a Non-punitive Approach to Crime," held at the Urban League of Greater Madison in May.

Alexandra Huneeus participated in a day-long seminar titled "Courts, Power and Human Rights" in the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencas Sociales (FLACSO) in Mexico City in April.

In April, Alta Charo co-chaired an international gathering in Paris, "International Trends in Governance of Gene Editing Technology," that explored transnational trends in ethical analysis and governance options for human gene editing. Video of the proceedings is available online.

Robert Yablon's article, "Voting and Spending and the Right to Participate," was recently recommended on Jotwell: The Journal of Things We Like Lots. In her review of the article, Jessica Bulman-Pozen writes, "Judges and scholars alike will benefit from Yablon’s careful doctrinal analysis and his ambitious yet grounded argument for a fundamental right to participate in the electoral process."

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