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Recent News | More News

Ursula Weigold receives Women in the Law award

Two UW Law grads win Equal Justice Works fellowships to serve unmet legal needs in their communities

In the Media | More In The Media

Cecelia Klingele discusses politics and prison reform in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Public Radio

Should employers use mandatory binding arbitration agreements? Laura Lindner '93 weighs in
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Erin Barbato to take nine UW Law students to Texas to work in immigration courts
The Capital Times

Michele Goodwin (LL.M. '00): How Feminists Should Remember Justice Kennedy
Ms. Magazine

Faculty Activities and Scholarship | Read More

In June, Megan McDermott presented her paper, "Chapter 11 at Midlife: Evaluating the Supreme Court's Role in Shaping Corporate Reorganizations under the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978" at the National Business Law Scholars Conference in Athens, Georgia.

In June, Alta Charo was a plenary speaker in Zagreb, Croatia, for an international workshop on governance of dual use biotechnologies. The workshop was sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences, the Croatian Academy of Sciences, and the Inter-Academies Partnership. Charo participated in a separate meeting on the same topic in London, sponsored by the Wellcome Trust (UK) and the Nuclear Threat Initiative (US).

Mark Sidel gave a presentation on diverging frameworks for party and state treatment of foreign NGOs and foundations in China and Vietnam at the ARNOVA-Asia conference in Hong Kong in late June. He also presented to a group of Hong Kong foundations and funders on trends and issues in community philanthropy in China, Vietnam and more broadly in Asia.

Alta Charo presented "Designer Babies: Evidence and Ethics," at the Annual Meeting of the European Society for Human Genetics, held in Milan, Italy, in June.

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