The Gargoyle

Volume 33, Issue 2 (Winter/Spring 2008)

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A Dean's View

Student Life


Studying the Police

The Law School’s pioneering program of researching and teaching about the police is beginning a new chapter in the age of the Internet.

How I Got Here

Professor Herman Goldstein, known internationally for his groundbreaking approach to studying the police, looks back on the decisions and twists of fate that brought him to Wisconsin.

Everything You Need to Know

About Impaired Driving Nina Emerson ’92, director of the Law School’s unique Resource Center on Impaired Driving, “knows OWI law better than anyone else.”

Helping Today’s Patients, Training

Tomorrow’s Professionals The Center for Patient Partnerships is thriving as Director Meg Gaines ’83 and her multidisciplinary staff and students join to advocate for clients facing serious illnesses.

On Behalf of Children

Five years after the three founders of the Children’s Justice Project first discussed their passion for helping children in the legal system, the student group is flourishing.

Benchers Society

Alumni Activities

Class Notes

In Memoriam

Photo Finish

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