In the Media

Submit Your News

Cecelia Klingele discusses use of recidivism algorithms in sentencing decisions


Inside Track

Posted Jul 19, 2017 by Law School News

A group of researchers plan to synthesize the human genome from scratch; Alta Charo weighs in


Chemical & Engineering News

Posted Jul 13, 2017 by Law School News

U.S. court orders mental health assessment for Greg Wiercioch's death row client


Reuters

Posted Jul 12, 2017 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes discusses state's proposed anti-Sharia bill

   


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Jul 10, 2017 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses ethical concerns over newly synthesized smallpox cousin


The Washington Post

Posted Jul 7, 2017 by Law School News

Victor Salgado '06 is the prosecutor in Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio's contempt trial


Reuters

Posted Jun 27, 2017 by Law School News

Wisconsin Innocence Project client awaits release from Dane County jail


Channel 3000

Posted Jun 26, 2017 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes: What happens when tragedy strikes Muslims during Ramadan


The Washington Post

Posted Jun 20, 2017 by Law School News

Paul Swanson '79 begins term as State Bar of Wisconsin president


WisBar News

Posted Jun 20, 2017 by Karen Koethe

Plaintiff Bill Whitford and others react to Supreme Court's decision to hear redistricting case


U.S. News & World Report

Posted Jun 19, 2017 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses the pros and cons of scientific evidence in criminal appeals cases


Appleton Post-Crescent

Posted Jun 19, 2017 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele: Victims rights bill makes broad promises to victims that will be difficult to keep


Journal Sentinel

Posted Jun 16, 2017 by Karen Koethe

Asifa Quraishi-Landes named to new UW System Advisory Diversity Council


UW System News

Posted Jun 16, 2017 by Karen Koethe

Alta Charo: 'Alternative science' could influence an entire generation's attitude toward contraception


Los Angeles Times

Posted Jun 16, 2017 by Karen Koethe


In the Media feed Subscribe to the Current Students Newsletter RSS feed

Show Older Articles