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Mark Sidel: It Just Got Harder to Make a Difference in China


Foreign Policy

Posted Apr 29, 2016 by Law School News

Brad Snyder's sports law course dives deep into baseball cases, NCAA's legal issues


Sconnie Sports Talk

Posted Apr 28, 2016 by Law School News

Mark Sidel comments on China's new law restricting foreign NGOs


Inside Higher Ed

Posted Apr 27, 2016 by Law School News

Tess Meuer '83 recognized for domestic violence work


Badger Herald

Posted Apr 27, 2016 by Law School News

Mark Sidel discusses contentious Chinese law that would treat overseas nonprofit groups as potential security threats


The Wall Street Journal

Posted Apr 26, 2016 by Karen Koethe

Brad Snyder: Latest Deflategate ruling is the most significant on sports commissioners since the 1970s


Washington Post

Posted Apr 26, 2016 by Law School News

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

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


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