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Megan McDermott to receive writing prize at Supreme Court ceremony

Peter Carstensen wins honors for antitrust writing

Asifa Quraishi-Landes wins Melli Achievement Award

UW Law's new mobile Veterans Law Center offers free legal aid to veterans
UW-Madison News


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Veterans Law Center finds a new way to go where it's needed
Big Ten Network

Cecelia Klingele weighs in on Justice Department's private prisons phaseout
Wisconsin Public Radio

Steven Wright: Without polling place observers, it's hard to investigate unjust election practices
News 21

Green Bay-area police hand out gift cards to those in need; Cecelia Klingele comments
Wisconsin Public Radio


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Alta Charo's article, "Whole Women's Victory - Or Not?" appears in the New England Journal of Medicine in August. In the article, Charo warns that the Whole Woman's Health decision may usher in a new wave of state restrictions based on disputed medical evidence of fetal pain.

Sumudu Atapattu taught a blended learning course on human rights and the environment, organized by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights. Held in Bangkok, Thailand, in July, the workshop was designed for human rights officials from Southeast Asia.

In July, John Ohnesorge served as a senior faculty member in the Institute for Global Law and Policy's 2016 program in Madrid, Spain, where he co-taught sessions on law and development and worked with participants in the writing workshop.

Cecelia Klingele participated in a panel discussion, "Booker After 10 Years: Making Sense of the Shift to Advisory Guidelines" at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools annual conference in August. The panel discussed the continued reduction of probation within the federal system following the Booker decision.


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