Spotlight: Tour UW Law

Activities and Scholarship

In April, Jonathan Scharrer facilitated a four-day Restorative Justice Program at Green Bay Correctional Institution that included 58 incarcerated men, community members, crime survivors, law students and lawyers. The event was part of the institution's Challenges and Possibilities Program.

Lisa Alexander was the invited in April to be the keynote speaker at Texas A&M University’s Journal of Property Law Symposium on urban sustainability, titled, Think Globally/Act Locally: Texas A&M University’s Initiative to Respect, Preserve and Protect. Her keynote was titled “Bringing Home the Right to Housing: Advancing U.S. Equity and Sustainability through Housing Policy."

In April, Susannah Tahk was invited to present a faculty brown bag, "Tax-Embedded Programs and Public Opinion," at University of Kentucky College of Law.

Sarah Davis's article, "Educating the New Public Health Law Professional," appeared in a Spring 2016 supplement to the Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics. The supplement issue, "Transforming the Future of Public Health Law Education through a Faculty Fellowship Program," is the cumulative work of fellows, deans, mentors and project leaders, who participated in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Law faculty fellowship program during the 2014-15 academic year.