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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 9, 2016 by Law School News

Keith Findley pushes for compensation increases for wrongly convicted


Inside Track

Posted Feb 5, 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

Alta Charo discusses the future of gene editing and the ethical questions it raises


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Dec 10, 2015 by Law School News

Admissions director Sir Williams '11 strives to live up to his name


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Dec 10, 2015 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu discusses human rights approaches to climate change

Sumudu Atapattu, director of UW Law School's Research Centers, was at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris earlier this month, lending her expertise on the effects of climate change from a human rights perspective. She has been ...

Posted Dec 10, 2015 by Law School News

Carin Clauss: Menard's could face legal challenge over union formation threat


The Capital Times

Posted Dec 9, 2015 by Karen Koethe

"The Freeing of the Slaves" mural portrays emancipation message, as Congress celebrates 150 years anniversary of 13th amendment


WKOW

Posted Dec 9, 2015 by Law School News

Thomas Mitchell urges Mississippi Access to Justice Commission to support heirs property reform

Professor Thomas Mitchell was in Jackson, Mississippi, this month advocating for property reform before the Mississippi Access to Justice Commission .Mitchell was invited to address the commission, as it considers encouraging the Mississippi le ...

Posted Dec 9, 2015 by Law School News

At international summit on gene editing, Alta Charo argues for responsible oversight


Washington Post

Posted Dec 7, 2015 by Law School News

Randolph Stone '75 appointed to Chicago's Task Force on Police Accountability


University of Chicago

Posted Dec 3, 2015 by Law School News

Mark Sidel discusses shifting strategy among philanthropic organizations


Ozy

Posted Dec 3, 2015 by Law School News

Employment discrimination against those with criminal records is hard to prove, says Ben Kempinen


The Badger Herald

Posted Dec 3, 2015 by Law School News

Lisa Alexander: Nationally, demand for public housing exceeds supply


The Badger Herald

Posted Dec 3, 2015 by Law School News

Stacy Taeuber: The federal government, not the states, makes the call on admitting refugees

Local media agencies have asked Professor Stacy Taeuber, director of UW Law's Immigrant Justice Clinic, to respond to Governor Walker's announcement that he will "make all efforts to ensure that Syrian refugees are not resettled within the bound ...

Posted Nov 30, 2015 by Law School News

Alta Charo calls for public discussion on gene-edited plants and animals

   


New York Times

Posted Nov 29, 2015 by Law School News

Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic part of new startup hub located in heart of UW-Madison campus


The Capital Times

Posted Nov 24, 2015 by Law School News

Law student Cheriffa Boudhar reflects on recent terrorist attacks in Paris


Channel 3000

Posted Nov 24, 2015 by Karen Koethe

Alta Charo discusses uterine transplants, a new technique to tackle infertility

   


Marketplace

Posted Nov 23, 2015 by Law School News

Bruce Nilles '96: There's a critical mass building on climate change action


Washington Post

Posted Nov 10, 2015 by Law School News

Scott Colom '09 elected district attorney for Mississippi's 16th district


Slate

Posted Nov 10, 2015 by Law School News

Alta Charo warns professional athletes against the use of unapproved stem cell therapies


USA Today

Posted Nov 5, 2015 by Law School News

Stan Davis, law students receive 2015 Legal Innovator Award

   


Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Nov 3, 2015 by Law School News

Meg Gaines named to 'M List' of innovators who create social change

   


Madison Magazine

Posted Oct 28, 2015 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele: "Just Mercy" a stark, necessary reminder of criminal justice system shortcomings


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Oct 27, 2015 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen discusses Badger Guns verdict


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Oct 21, 2015 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne and Jeremy Newman weigh in on Wisconsin judges' use of risk assessment tool


The Badger Herald

Posted Oct 13, 2015 by Law School News

Roberta Cordano '90 appointed president of Gallaudet University


The Washington Post

Posted Oct 9, 2015 by Law School News

Julia Sherman: Individual communities leading the response to Wisconsin's DUI problem

   


CBS This Morning

Posted Oct 9, 2015 by Law School News

Keith Findley: Jarrett Adams' wrongful conviction illustrates fallibility of criminal justice system


The Today Show

Posted Oct 7, 2015 by Karen Koethe

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

The Wisconsin Innocence Project is supporting a bipartisan Wisconsin bill to increase compensation for the wrongly convicted. Professor Keith Findley, who participated in a press conference along with the bill's sponsors, has been quoted by medi ...

Posted Oct 6, 2015 by Law School News

Officer Jared Prado '15 demonstrates implicit bias training at Madison Police Department

   


The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Posted Oct 6, 2015 by Law School News

Thomas Dubbs '70 on the key to litigating against big firms


Law360

Posted Oct 5, 2015 by Law School News

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


Politico

Posted Oct 2, 2015 by Law School News

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


The Progressive

Posted Sep 30, 2015 by Law School News


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