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Linda Greene: Goodell's handling of Tom Brady Deflategate case and Ray Rice abuse scandal represents a sharp contrast


The New York Times

Posted Apr 26, 2016 by Law School News

Keith Findley and exoneree Jarrett Adams, now a lawyer, discuss their work to overturn Adams's conviction


Appleton Post-Crescent

Posted Apr 20, 2016 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter discusses the consequences of an eight-justice Supreme Court


Milwaukee Courier

Posted Apr 20, 2016 by Law School News

Would a new MATC campus on Madison's South Side displace low-income residents? Lisa Alexander discusses


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Apr 18, 2016 by Law School News

Keith Findley: True crime dramas like 'Making A Murderer' help show public how wrongful convictions can happen


NBC News

Posted Apr 16, 2016 by Law School News

Brad Snyder: Ken Burns' new documentary doesn't tell the full story on Jackie Robinson and teammate PeeWee Reese


Slate

Posted Apr 15, 2016 by Law School News

Wrongly convicted clients of Wisconsin Innocence Project continue to push for more compensation


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Apr 13, 2016 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter, former clerk to Merrick Garland, discusses working for Supreme Court nominee


WKOW-TV

Posted Apr 8, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo: Zika threat amps up debate on abortion access, fetal tissue research

Prof. Alta Charo discusses the consequences of banning fetal tissue research and restricting access to abortion during a Zika virus epidemic: In Vocativ, "The Anti-Choice Movement is Threatening Zika Research ," April 4, 2016. In The Guardian, " ...

Posted Apr 1, 2016 by Law School News

A Q&A with Carrie Sperling on the aftermath of "Making a Murderer"


Observer

Posted Mar 22, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses the regulation of off-label drugs


Weekly Standard

Posted Mar 21, 2016 by Law School News

Thomas Mitchell discusses the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act

Thomas Mitchell was interviewed on this Gullah/Geechee radio broadcast from South Carolina. The Gullah or Geechee people are a group descendants of enslaved Africans, many of whom are now struggling to hold on to their ancestral lands. Listen to ...


Gullah/Geechee Radio

Posted Mar 20, 2016 by Law School News

Keith Findley: Stalled bill means Wisconsin remains last in compensation payouts to wrongfully convicted


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Mar 16, 2016 by Law School News

Susannah Camic Tahk discusses Earned Income Tax Credits and the 'tax war on poverty'


Pacific Standard

Posted Mar 16, 2016 by Law School News

Ken Streit discusses FCC rule capping prison phone call rates


The Badger Herald

Posted Mar 15, 2016 by Law School News

British doctor found guilty of misleading courts in 'shaken baby' testimony; Carrie Sperling comments


New Scientist

Posted Mar 11, 2016 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen discusses antitrust lawsuits brought against major U.S. airlines


Bloomberg Radio

Posted Mar 9, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo testifies before House investigative panel on fetal tissue research


USA Today

Posted Mar 3, 2016 by Law School News

Carrie Sperling discusses "Making A Murderer"


Janesville Gazette

Posted Mar 3, 2016 by Law School News

Julia Sherman weighs in on proposed change to state bartending law


The Badger Herald

Posted Mar 2, 2016 by Law School News

Sarah Orr discusses state's new debt collection law


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Mar 1, 2016 by Law School News

Stacy Taeuber discusses legal status of workers in Wisconsin's dairy industry


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Feb 28, 2016 by Law School News

There's no basis for claims that fetal tissue donation pushes people to seek abortion, says Alta Charo


The Nation

Posted Feb 22, 2016 by Law School News

Jonathan Scharrer: Bipartisan bill expands treatment options for substance abusers in the criminal justice system


The Badger Herald

Posted Feb 22, 2016 by Law School News

Sarah Orr says a new bill on debt collection is a bad deal for consumers


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Feb 22, 2016 by Law School News

Keith Findley and Wisconsin Innocence Project students discuss 'Making a Murderer'


WISN-TV

Posted Feb 20, 2016 by Law School News

Bryan Steil '07 appointed to UW System Board of Regents


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Feb 19, 2016 by Law School News

Steven Wright says voter ID law could result in decrease in turnout at polls


The Badger Herald

Posted Feb 16, 2016 by Law School News

Linda Greene explains the nomination process for Supreme Court justices


Here and Now

Posted Feb 16, 2016 by Law School News

Cory Nettles '96 discusses diversity among NBA franchise owners


ESPN

Posted Feb 15, 2016 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses the limitations of forensic science

   


WISN-TV

Posted Feb 9, 2016 by Law School News

A Q&A with Elizabeth Mertz on mentoring in the legal academy


American Bar Foundation News

Posted Feb 9, 2016 by Law School News

Michelle Behnke '88 elected treasurer of American Bar Association


ABA Journal

Posted Feb 7, 2016 by Law School News

Keith Findley pushes for compensation increases for wrongly convicted


Inside Track

Posted Feb 5, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses advisory panel's conclusions on '3-parent' gene editing


Washington Post

Posted Feb 4, 2016 by Law School News

Linda Greene challenges universities to commit resources to building diversity, inclusion on campus


The New York Times

Posted Feb 3, 2016 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu discusses the connection between climate change and human rights


Raoul Wallenberg Institute News

Posted Feb 2, 2016 by Law School News

Anne Smith: Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic gives legal advice to local startups--and it's free


Isthmus

Posted Jan 28, 2016 by Law School News

Susannah Camic Tahk weighs in on Hillary Clinton's tax plan


The Street

Posted Jan 27, 2016 by Law School News

State bar president Ralph Cagle '74 reflects on 25-year career at UW Law


Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Jan 25, 2016 by Law School News

Stacy Taeuber comments on why eliminating sanctuary cities doesn't promote community safety


The Daily Cardinal

Posted Jan 22, 2016 by Kimberly Frank, Alumni & Student Services Coordinator

Keith Findley: 'Making a Murderer' creates conversation around flaws in the criminal justice system

Professor Keith Findley, co-founder of the Wisconsin Innocence Project, discusses some of the recurring flaws in the criminal justice system that were showcased in the Netflix documentary, "Making a Murderer." "'Making a Murder' and the true ...

Posted Jan 20, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses the use of cells for medical research, without the patient's consent

   


The Takeaway

Posted Jan 19, 2016 by Kimberly Frank, Alumni & Student Services Coordinator

Keith Findley discusses 'Making a Murderer,' and a criminal justice system that's prone to error and in need of humility.


The Washington Post

Posted Jan 16, 2016 by Jini Jasti

Peter Carstensen weighs in on DuPont-Dow merger

   


The Motley Fool

Posted Jan 5, 2016 by Law School News

Could scientists create dragons using CRISPR gene editing? No, but maybe something that looks like one, says Alta Charo


BBC News

Posted Jan 4, 2016 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses proposal to increase state compensation for wrongly convicted


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Dec 15, 2015 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes discusses safety of hijab amid backlash against Muslims


Associated Press

Posted Dec 11, 2015 by Law School News

Larry Roberts '95 to serve as acting secretary for Bureau of Indian Affairs


U.S. Department of the Interior

Posted Dec 10, 2015 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen sees agriculture and chemical combination in Dow-DuPont merger as problematic


Reuters

Posted Dec 10, 2015 by Law School News


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