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How do blockchains and smart contracts work? Jeffrey Glazer explains


Inside Track

Posted Sep 20, 2018 by Law School News

Steph Tai discusses Monsanto's appeal of $289 million glyphosate verdict


Playboy

Posted Sep 17, 2018 by Law School News

Alta Charo featured in wide-ranging podcast talk on bioethics


Preposterous Universe

Posted Sep 17, 2018 by Law School News

Erin Barbato and law student Daniela Juarez discuss their service trip to Texas detention center


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Sep 14, 2018 by Law School News

#MeToo Lawyer Debra Katz '84 makes waves in Washington


The National Law Journal

Posted Sep 14, 2018 by Law School News

Steph Tai discusses Trump administration's plan to weaken methane air pollution rules


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Sep 11, 2018 by Law School News

Erin Barbato calls conditions at a Texas immigrant detention facility 'inhumane'


Wisconsin Public Television

Posted Sep 10, 2018 by Law School News

Could New York's new prosecutor watchdog be model for nation? Keith Findley weighs in


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Aug 29, 2018 by Law School News

Former Gov. Tommy Thompson '66 recounts his support for the UW and for biotechnology research


On Wisconsin

Posted Aug 28, 2018 by Law School News

A Q&A with retired UW athletic director Pat Richter '71


On Wisconsin

Posted Aug 28, 2018 by Law School News

Steph Tai outlines changes in EPA's approach to using science in policy making


State Bar of Wisconsin News

Posted Aug 16, 2018 by Law School News

Alta Charo joins advisory committee for new Ken Burns doc, "The Gene: An Intimate History"


PBS

Posted Aug 15, 2018 by Law School News

Wisconsin Innocence Project wins appeal for man caught in serial killer's wake; Steven Wright comments


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Aug 14, 2018 by Law School News

Carrie Sperling, an expert in 'shaken baby' cases, represents Georgia man convicted in infant's death


Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Posted Aug 6, 2018 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses work of independent oversight committee looking into Madison police department


WORT-FM

Posted Aug 3, 2018 by Law School News

After Supreme Court ruling on Gill v. Whitford, it's up to citizens to fix gerrymandering, says Rob Yablon


Badger Herald

Posted Aug 1, 2018 by Law School News

Geoffrey Heeren and Erin Barbato discuss their work representing detained immigrants


WisContext

Posted Jul 26, 2018 by Law School News

Cristina Bordé named to '10+ Local Difference Makers' list


In Business

Posted Jul 25, 2018 by Law School News

Steph Tai: America needs independent judges


The Hill

Posted Jul 25, 2018 by Law School News

Meg Gaines discusses her path from cancer survivor to national expert on patient-centered care


Cancer.Net

Posted Jul 19, 2018 by Law School News

Can lawmakers figure out what Supreme Court nominees really think on issues? Lori Ringhand '97 comments


NPR

Posted Jul 12, 2018 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses politics and prison reform in Wisconsin


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jul 12, 2018 by Karen Koethe

A Q&A with Mitra Sharafi


American Historical Association News

Posted Jul 8, 2018 by Law School News

SCOTUS changes prompt new focus on Wisconsin's long-dormant abortion ban; Alta Charo comments


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jul 8, 2018 by Law School News

Should employers use mandatory binding arbitration agreements? Laura Lindner '93 weighs in


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Jul 5, 2018 by Law School News

Erin Barbato to take nine UW Law students to Texas to work in immigration courts


The Capital Times

Posted Jul 5, 2018 by Law School News

Michele Goodwin (LL.M. '00): How Feminists Should Remember Justice Kennedy


Ms. Magazine

Posted Jul 2, 2018 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen discusses antitrust concerns raised over Tyson's purchase of organic chicken brand


Capital Press

Posted Jun 28, 2018 by Law School News

Rob Yablon weighs in on Supreme Court's Ohio voter purge ruling


WORT-FM

Posted Jun 26, 2018 by Law School News

Julia Sherman: Despite Wisconsin's reputation for heavy drinking, changes are happening at the local level


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jun 25, 2018 by Law School News

New state bar president Chris Rogers '95 comes from a long line of UW Law graduates


WisBar News

Posted Jun 21, 2018 by Law School News

Megan Heneke: Dispelling the workplace myths about millennial lawyers


Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Jun 19, 2018 by Law School News

Bill Whitford: Plaintiffs in partisan gerrymandering case plan for Supreme Court return


WUWM

Posted Jun 19, 2018 by Law School News

No bright line ruling likely on SCOTUS gerrymandering cases, says Rob Yablon


The Hill

Posted Jun 14, 2018 by Law School News

Cristina Bordé and Maria de Arteaga discuss their work to free the wrongfully convicted


Madison Commons

Posted Jun 14, 2018 by Law School News

Johnny Walsh '09 isn't letting Usher syndrome hold him back


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jun 11, 2018 by Law School News

As Foxconn nears Wisconsin groundbreaking, more Americans look to do business in Taiwan; John Ohnesorge comments


BizTimes

Posted Jun 11, 2018 by Law School News

Richard Monette discusses land trust dispute between Oneida Nation and Village of Hobart


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jun 10, 2018 by Law School News

FeLion Studios, former L&E Clinic client, featured on 'Made in America'


ABC News with David Muir

Posted Jun 8, 2018 by Law School News

Decision nears on Supreme Court gerrymandering case initiated by Bill Whitford


Wisconsin Watch

Posted Jun 4, 2018 by Law School News

Alta Charo: Cutting Title X funding promotes unethical medical practices


The Hill

Posted Jun 4, 2018 by Law School News

Jonathan Lipson '90 sheds light on Twin Cities archdiocese bankruptcy settlement


Minnesota Public Radio

Posted Jun 1, 2018 by Law School News

Alta Charo comments on police use of genealogy databases to identify criminal suspects


WDJT Milwaukee

Posted May 23, 2018 by Law School News

Walter Dickey discusses pros and cons of Milwaukee County's family drug court


WUWM

Posted May 23, 2018 by Law School News

In a battle for corporate control, CBS challenges dual-class stock structure; Yaron Nili weighs in


Variety

Posted May 22, 2018 by Law School News

Supreme Court's ruling in Epic arbitration case could affect 25 million workers, says Steph Tai

Professor Steph Tai appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio's Central Time on May 22 to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling in Epic Systems v. Lewis. Listen to the interview: "What The Supreme Court's Arbitration Ruling Means For Businesses And Worker ...

Posted May 22, 2018 by Law School News

Cristina Bordé discusses case of Wisconsin Innocence Project client, exonerated due to flawed hair analysis


Wisconsin Watch

Posted May 21, 2018 by Law School News

GOP US Senate candidates favor federal 'personhood' law; Alta Charo comments


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted May 21, 2018 by Law School News

10 Questions with Jair Alvarez '14


Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted May 18, 2018 by Law School News

Jonathan Scharrer discusses Community Restorative Court program, aimed at giving youth a second chance


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted May 16, 2018 by Law School News


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