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UW Law's Immigrant Justice Clinic works to help DACA recipients meet Oct. 5 filing deadline

Danae Davis '80 to receive Distinguished Alumni Award

UW Law School to host Justice Elena Kagan on Sept. 8

Incoming UW Law students participate in day of service

In the Media | More In The Media

State Rep. Jimmy Anderson '12 grapples with identity as 'wheelchair legislator'
Wisconsin Public Radio

Cecelia Klingele on the Slender Man case: It's wrong to punish children in a system designed for adults
Chicago Tribune

Law School hosts Q&A with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan

Alta Charo hopes FDA's stepped-up stem cell efforts will put an end to dangerous and unproven practices
Bloomberg News

Faculty Activities and Scholarship | Read More

In September, Alta Charo was a panelist at Yale Law School's public meeting on gene editing, hosted by the Solomon Center and the Yale Health Law Society.

David Schwartz's article, "A Question Perpetually Arising: Implied Powers, Capable Federalism, and the Limits of Enumerationism," was published in Arizona Law Review in September.

Cecelia Klingele was a panelist at the Cap Times Ideas Fest, held in Madison in September. The panel--"How can we reduce Wisconsin's prison population?"--examined ways of easing the community trauma and expense of incarceration while maintaining public safety.

Jonathan Scharrer was elected to a two-year term on the advisory council for the National Association of Community and Restorative Justice.

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