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Recent News | More News

Student Ketajh Brown argues before federal court

Cheryl Weston '71 receives Women in the Law award from Wisconsin Law Journal

Wendy Ward '01 achieves victory before the U.S. Supreme Court

Herman Goldstein to be honored with Distinguished Achievement Award in Evidence-Based Crime Policy by the Center for Evidence Based Crime Policy


In the Media | More In The Media

Wisconsin Innocence Project exoneree rebuilds life after wrongful conviction
Appleton Post-Crescent

Brad Snyder discusses legacy of Curt Flood, who sued MLB over free agency
ESPN

Peter Carstensen discusses expanded antitrust litigation against dairy cooperatives
Capital Press

Brad Snyder: More than 60 years after Ethel Rosenberg's execution, unsealed testimony throws doubt on her conviction
The Australian


Faculty Activities and Scholarship | Read More

Alta Charo's article, "Yellow lights for emerging technologies," outlines more flexible and responsive forms of regulation for emerging science and technologies, where traditional risk/benefit evaluation is difficult or impossible. The article appears in the July 24 issue of Science.

Thomas Mitchell's article, "Reforming Property Law to Address Devastating Land Loss," is reviewed in the July/August edition of Probate and Property, a publication of the American Bar Association. Mitchell's article on tenancy-in-common ownership rules, and the need to reform them, appeared in the Alabama Law Review.

Brad Snyder participated in a briefing hosted by the National Security Archive on the release of grand jury transcripts from the 1950s Ethyl and Julius Rosenberg espionage case. The U.S. government decided not to appeal a federal court decision ordering the release of testimony from the chief witness, Ethyl's brother David Greenglass. Snyder had previously submitted an affidavit seeking release of the testimony.

Keith Findley, Kate Judson and others co-authored "Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma: A Complicated Child Welfare Issue," which appears in the June 2015 issue of The Guardian, the journal of the National Association of Counsel for Children.


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