The 2017 Wisconsin Law Review Symposium, "Public Interest Mobilization and Access to Justice Movements in the New Democratic State," will be co-hosted with collaborating Professor Tonya Brito from University of Wisconsin Law School. The one-day symposium will explore the role of public interest law organizations in ensuring a strong democracy and civil society, examine cutting-edge empirical research in the access to justice field, and foster discussion and collaboration amongst academics, advocates and public interest leaders.
The Symposium will take place October 27, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Law School in Room 2260. All are welcome to attend.
- 2016 - Modern Federal Judicial Selection
- 2015 - Beyond the Sentence: Collateral Consequences of Conviction
- 2014 - Safety and Sustainability in the Era of Food Systems: Reaching a More Integrated Approach
- 2013 - Thirty Years of Comparative Institutional Analysis: A Celebration of Neil Komesar
- 2012 - The Changing Role and Nature of In-House Counsel
- 2011 - Intergenerational Equity and Intellectual Property
- 2010 - New Governance and the Transformation of Law
- 2009 - The Continuing Evolution of Securities Class Actions
- 2008 - The Future of Monopoly and Monopolization
- 2007 - Intimacy, Race, Marriage and the Meanings of Equality: Perspectives on the 40th Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia