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Live streaming could have compromised homicide investigation. John Gross comments.
WMTV

Posted Jul 16, 2024 by Law School News

Funding for new reading law still in limbo even after Wisconsin Supreme Court decision. Miriam Seifter discusses.
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jul 16, 2024 by Law School News

Supreme Court upholds domestic violence gun restriction. Ryan Poe-Gavlinski explains.
The Maggie Daun Show

Posted Jul 16, 2024 by Law School News

Steph Tai: Supreme Court Ruling Weakening Federal Agencies May Affect Wisconsin Regulations
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jul 15, 2024 by Law School News

Steven Wright Calls For Federal Oversight at Wisconsin Prisons
WORT

Posted Jul 15, 2024 by Law School News

Emily Lau: Who Might Sue over Wisconsin Elections Constitutional Amendment
Votebeat

Posted Jul 1, 2024 by Law School News

Attacks Ramp Up against Voter Registration Executive Order; Dan Tokaji Comments
NPR

Posted Jun 30, 2024 by Law School News

John Gross Op-ed: Trump’s Wealth Buys Leniency in ‘Rigged’ Justice System
The Hill

Posted Jun 26, 2024 by Law School News

John Gross: With Originalism, 'You Get Absurd Results'
Business Insider

Posted Jun 25, 2024 by Law School News

Steven Wright: 'Wisconsin prisons need federal oversight. Arrest of ex-warden shows why.'
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Jun 25, 2024 by Law School News

Supreme Court Overturns OWI Conviction of Man Who Fell Asleep at Drive-Thru; Rachel Burg and Ion Meyn Comment
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jun 25, 2024 by Law School News

Thousands in Wisconsin could benefit from new immigration rules. Erin Barbato discusses.
The Cap Times

Posted Jun 21, 2024 by Law School News

Steph Tai: Legal Challenges to New EPA Limits on 'Forever Chemicals' Expected to Continue
NPR

Posted Jun 20, 2024 by Law School News

Steph Tai: 'The U.S. Is Losing Wetlands At An Accelerating Rate"
The Athens Messenger

Posted Jun 18, 2024 by Law School News

In Massachusetts, cultural differences, limited resources can cost migrant families their children for a time. Lisa Washington discusses.
Boston Globe

Posted Jun 18, 2024 by Law School News

Joshua Braver on The Constitutional Case Against Exclusionary Zoning
The Atlantic

Posted Jun 13, 2024 by Law School News

Feds are sending people to prison after snaps show gangs, guns, ammo. John Gross comments.
USA Today

Posted Jun 13, 2024 by Law School News

Jeffrey Glazer Discusses How Wisconsin Alcohol Producers Are Transitioning to New Liquor Laws
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jun 13, 2024 by Law School News

Ion Meyn: Voter Disenfranchisement Laws Typically Affect People of Color Disproportionately
Wisconsin Watch

Posted Jun 12, 2024 by Law School News

Renagh O'Leary's Scholarship Honored A Second Time by the Association of American Law Schools

UW Law Assistant Professor Renagh O'Leary 's scholarship on community supervision's sentencing role in state courts was recently honored by the Association of American Law Schools' Criminal Justice Section.  O'Leary received an honorab ...

Posted Jun 6, 2024 by Law School News

Officials knew a school sat on a former dump and did little to clean up the toxins. Steph Tai comments.
The Intercept

Posted Jun 5, 2024 by Law School News

Torey Dolan on Native American Views About Citizenship and Voting
NBC Boston

Posted Jun 5, 2024 by Law School News

Antitrust lawsuit could break up ticket sales monopoly. Peter Carstensen comments.
WORT

Posted Jun 4, 2024 by Law School News

Adam Stevenson Says Trump Could Still Be Elected President Despite Felony Conviction
WMTV 15

Posted Jun 4, 2024 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter: State Constitutions Offer Potential Counterweight to 'Minority Rule'
The New Yorker

Posted Jun 4, 2024 by Law School News

DACA immigrants in the Madison area live with fear and uncertainty. Erin Barbato comments.
The Cap Times

Posted Jun 3, 2024 by Law School News

Steph Tai on the Use of Science in Environmental Protection and Litigation
The New York Times

Posted Jun 3, 2024 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu Discusses Climate Change Impacts and Human Rights
PBS Wisconsin

Posted May 23, 2024 by Law School News

Erin Barbato Discusses Wisconsin's Rules About Driver's Licenses for Immigrants
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted May 23, 2024 by Law School News

Keith Findley: 'We can't let discredited science lead to a Texan's execution'
Austin American-Statesman

Posted May 23, 2024 by Law School News

John Gross on Why You Can be Jailed For 'Failure to Pay' in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted May 14, 2024 by Law School News

Biden Administration sets limits on PFAS ‘forever chemical.' Steph Tai comments.
The Badger Herald

Posted May 9, 2024 by Law School News

Madison tech scene reacts to FTC ban on noncompete clauses. Steph Tai comments.
Isthmus

Posted May 9, 2024 by Law School News

Nina Varsava, Tonya Brito Honored With Vilas Professorships and Awards
UW-Madison News

Posted May 9, 2024 by Law School News

'Everybody deserves a fair chance:' A Conversation With Erin Barbato
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted May 2, 2024 by Law School News

John Gross: Nothing Short of Jail Will Make a Defiant Trump Respect Court Orders
The Hill

Posted May 2, 2024 by Law School News

Carstensen Earns AAI's 2024 Alfred E. Kahn Award for Antitrust Achievement

University of Wisconsin Law School Emeritus Professor Peter Carstensen  has earned the 2024 Alfred E. Kahn Award for Antitrust Achievement from American Antitrust Institute for his significant contributions to antitrust enforcement. ...

Posted Apr 30, 2024 by Law School News

Faculty and Student Speakers Announced for 2024 UW Law Hooding Ceremony

Professor Miriam Seifter , J.D. candidates Alex Kaplan and Karen Pérez-Wilson, and LL.M. candidate Tanvi Kanitkar have been named speakers for University of Wisconsin Law School’s 2024 Hooding Ceremony . From left: Professo ...

Posted Apr 23, 2024 by Law School News

Eviction filings have spiked in Dane County. A new report looks at why.
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Apr 22, 2024 by Law School News

U.S.C. cancels valedictorian's speech after pro-Israel groups object. Anuj Desai discusses.
The New York Times

Posted Apr 22, 2024 by Law School News

Wisconsin Supreme Court could further reshape balance of power in Capitol. Miriam Seifter comments.
Wisconsin Watch

Posted Apr 22, 2024 by Law School News

Ryan Poe-Gavlinski on Changes to the State's Alert System for Missing Children
Spectrum News 1

Posted Apr 17, 2024 by Law School News

Can parents be held responsible for their childs’ gun violence in Wisconsin? John Gross comments.
WSAW-TV

Posted Apr 17, 2024 by Law School News

John Gross: Crumbley Parents' Conviction Ignored 3 Principles of Criminal Law
Madison.com

Posted Apr 17, 2024 by Law School News

Seifter Earns 2024 Ruth Bader Ginsburg Scholar Award

Miriam Seifter , professor of law, co-director of the State Democracy Research Initiative  and Rowe Faculty Fellow in Regulatory Law at University of Wisconsin Law School, has been selected to receive the American Constitution Soc ...

Posted Apr 16, 2024 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes: 'Political Bigotry Threatens Judge Confirmation'
The Cap Times

Posted Apr 12, 2024 by Law School News

Protecting the Environment, Protecting Humanity
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies

Posted Apr 11, 2024 by Law School News

Questions remain in 2015 shooting turned homicide. John Gross comments.
WKOW

Posted Apr 11, 2024 by Law School News

UW speaker security fees may stand on shaky legal ground. Anuj Desai and Franciska Coleman discuss.
The Badger Herald

Posted Apr 10, 2024 by Law School News

UW Law Emeritus Professor David Schultz '72 Dies

David Schultz '72, who served for three decades as associate dean for Continuing Legal Education and Outreach until his retirement in 2011, died April 5, 2024, in Madison. He was 78.   Schultz, who grew up in Fort Atkinson, gra ...

Posted Apr 9, 2024 by Law School News

Erin Barbato on the Shortage of Lawyers to Handle Immigration Cases
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Apr 2, 2024 by Law School News

Protests are intertwined with UW's history. Anuj Desai and Howard Schweber discuss.
Daily Cardinal

Posted Apr 2, 2024 by Law School News

McDermott, Burg, Koss Named 2023 Teachers of the Year

(Pictured, from left) Rachel Burg, Megan McDermott and Judge Phillip Koss were named 2023 Teachers of the Year. Each spring, University of Wisconsin Law School celebrates excellence in teaching through its Teacher of the Year awards . ...

Posted Mar 26, 2024 by Law School News

Governor Evers closes Wisconsin's bank robbing loophole. John Gross comments.
WMTV 15

Posted Mar 25, 2024 by Law School News

Rob Yablon on 2024 Ballot Measures About Election Policy
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Mar 25, 2024 by Law School News

John Gross Comments on Trial of DCI Agent Who Shot Unarmed Quadren Wilson
WMTV 15

Posted Mar 25, 2024 by Law School News

Mitch Discusses Rental Housing Law in Relation to Janesville Landlord's Properties
WMTV 15

Posted Mar 25, 2024 by Law School News

If TikTok gets banned, Wisconsin influencers would have to adjust. Anuj Desai discusses.
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Mar 20, 2024 by Law School News

Supreme Court hears challenge to EPA's 'good neighbor' rule. Steph Tai comments.
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Mar 14, 2024 by Law School News

Genevieve Zook Provides Medical Malpractice and Health Care Provider Liability Resources
Inside Track

Posted Mar 13, 2024 by Law School News

San Francisco voted to loosen police chase rules. John Gross comments.
San Francisco Chronicle

Posted Mar 11, 2024 by Law School News

Judge declares mistrial in case of Madison apartment complex killing suspect. John Gross comments.
WMTV 15

Posted Mar 11, 2024 by Law School News

Scientists have used cells from fluid drawn during pregnancy to grow mini lungs and other organs. Alta Charo comments.
ABC News

Posted Mar 6, 2024 by Law School News

Police chases are killing more and more Americans. John Gross comments.
San Francisco Chronicle

Posted Mar 4, 2024 by Law School News

Abortion is in the courts in Wisconsin. Howard Schweber discusses what to expect.
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Mar 4, 2024 by Law School News

Bonnie Shucha, Michael Williams 3L on Increasing Tribal Judicial Transparency
Native American Calling

Posted Feb 26, 2024 by Law School News

Adam Stevenson Discusses Trump and Biden Documents Investigations
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Feb 19, 2024 by Law School News

Michael Richman Discusses Business Credit Cards
WalletHub

Posted Feb 19, 2024 by Law School News

Republicans Pass Gov. Tony Evers' Legislative Maps; Rob Yablon Comments
Cap Times

Posted Feb 19, 2024 by Law School News

Erin Barbato on Asylum and Parole
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Feb 19, 2024 by Law School News

John Gross on Why You Can be Jailed For 'Failure to Pay' in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Feb 13, 2024 by Law School News

Sarah Orr on How Different Legislative Proposals Could Help Payday Loan Borrowers
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jan 12, 2024 by Law School News

Lawsuit Seeks to Declare Trump Ineligible for Wisconsin Ballot; Howard Schweber Comments
CBS 58

Posted Jan 9, 2024 by Law School News

Judge Under Investigation for Jailing Man Over Dispute With Courthouse Employee; John Gross Comments
Wisconsin Watch

Posted Jan 9, 2024 by Law School News

PFAS Lawsuits Involve Complex Science and Law; Steph Tai Discusses
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jan 5, 2024 by Law School News

Bipartisan Bills Aim to Reform Payday Lending; Sarah Orr Comments
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jan 4, 2024 by Law School News

Firing UW-La Crosse Chancellor Not a Violation of Free Speech, First Amendment Experts Say
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jan 4, 2024 by Law School News

Wisconsin's Legislative maps ruled unconstitutional by state Supreme Court. Rob Yablon discusses.
CBS 58

Posted Dec 27, 2023 by Law School News

Republicans likely to take Wisconsin gerrymandering case back to the U.S. Supreme Court. Rob Yablon comments.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Dec 27, 2023 by Law School News

What's next after the Wisconsin Supreme Court threw out the state's district maps? Rob Yablon comments.
Channel 3000

Posted Dec 27, 2023 by Law School News

John Gross: If law school can't solve the shortage of public defenders, what can?
Public Defenseless Podcast

Posted Dec 8, 2023 by Law School News

Sunil Rao Discusses Resources to Investigate Wage Theft
WisBar News

Posted Dec 8, 2023 by Law School News

Rob Yablon on Redrawing Wisconsin's Voting Maps
CBS 58

Posted Dec 8, 2023 by Law School News

Celebrating the Life and Career of Ralph Cagle '74
WisBar News

Posted Dec 6, 2023 by Law School News

Cary Bloodworth: A Law Clinic Model for Preventive Legal Advocacy
American Bar Association

Posted Dec 5, 2023 by Law School News

The Chicken Tycoons vs. the Antitrust Hawks; Peter Carstensen Comments
The New York Times

Posted Dec 4, 2023 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu to Speak on Virtual Panel About Health Effects of Climate Change
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Dec 1, 2023 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu Discusses Upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference
WORT

Posted Nov 30, 2023 by Law School News

Steph Tai Comments on New Farm Bill
Spectrum News 1

Posted Nov 29, 2023 by Law School News

Lisa Washington's 'Survived & Coerced' Significant Contribution to the Literature
Jotwell

Posted Nov 15, 2023 by Law School News

Howard Schweber Wins Alliant Award
UW-Madison News

Posted Nov 1, 2023 by Law School News

WI Has One of the Highest Incarceration Rates for Black Residents; Cecelia Klingele Comments
Green Bay Press Gazette

Posted Nov 1, 2023 by Law School News

Alta Charo Discusses Pros and Cons of Human Genetic Modification
The Week

Posted Oct 31, 2023 by Law School News

Dane Co. Receives Funding to Expand Drug Treatment Court Program; Ion Meyn Comments
The Daily Cardinal

Posted Oct 31, 2023 by Law School News

Yaron Nili on Why Director Independence Matters, and How Boards Can Ensure It
Fortune

Posted Oct 26, 2023 by Law School News

Jennifer Binkley on Pro Bono: Why and How to Make Time For It
State Bar of Wisconsin

Posted Oct 25, 2023 by Law School News

Nate Atkinson: Reducing Corporate Fines Often Penalizes Rather Than Protects the Public
Pro Market

Posted Oct 25, 2023 by Law School News

Ion Meyn Discusses Covenants, Redlining and Black Homeownership in Wisconsin
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Oct 19, 2023 by Law School News

Mark Sidel Discusses Recent Arrests of Climate Leaders in Vietnam
VOA News

Posted Oct 11, 2023 by Law School News

Franciska Coleman on the Anatomy of Cancel Culture
Arizona PBS

Posted Oct 11, 2023 by Law School News

Michael Richman on Balance Transfers
Wallet Hub

Posted Oct 11, 2023 by Law School News

John Gross Breaks Down Factors Into Armed Suspect Coming to Capitol Twice
NBC 15

Posted Oct 10, 2023 by Law School News

Legal Deck Stacked Against Parents Falsely Accused of Murdering Children; Keith Findley Comments
KTNV

Posted Oct 5, 2023 by Law School News

David Schwartz Discusses Legal Challenges Over Pronoun Policies Nationwide
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Oct 5, 2023 by Law School News

In Memoriam: Alan Weisbard
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Sep 28, 2023 by Law School News

Jenny Zook on Insurance Law Resources
State Bar of Wisconsin

Posted Sep 28, 2023 by Law School News

John Gross on Why Halderson's Attorney Files No Merit Report: 'The evidence was so substantial'
WKOW

Posted Sep 28, 2023 by Law School News

UW Law Emeritus Professor Frank Tuerkheimer Dies

Frank Tuerkheimer , University of Wisconsin Law School emeritus professor who served as an associate special prosecutor for the Watergate scandal, died Sept. 16, 2023, in Madison; he was 84. Tuerkheimer, who graduated from New York University ...

Posted Sep 25, 2023 by Law School News

Ryan Poe-Gavlinski Named Inaugural Deputy Director of EJI

Ryan Poe-Gavlinski has been named the inaugural deputy director of University of Wisconsin Law School’s Economic Justice Institute (EJI). “Being named deputy director of EJI means a lot to me as it shows that our administration a ...

Posted Sep 21, 2023 by Law School News

Anuj Desai Discusses Fair Use in Video Used in Anti-CRT Ad
Madison 365

Posted Sep 19, 2023 by Law School News

Yablon, Clinger Doubt Impeachment Threat Will Fly
Madison.com

Posted Sep 19, 2023 by Law School News

Erin Barbato: Young Adults Who Age Out of Parents’ Visas 'Left in Limbo'
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Sep 13, 2023 by Law School News

Grace Kube Discusses Eviction Records
The Cap Times

Posted Sep 13, 2023 by Law School News

Fatal police shooting of pregnant Ohio woman raises concerns. John Gross comments.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Posted Sep 6, 2023 by Law School News

Rob Yablon Discusses Impeachment and Recusal
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Sep 5, 2023 by Law School News

Steph Tai: Finding the Fun in Bureaucracy
Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies

Posted Aug 29, 2023 by Law School News

Could the GOP protect their gerrymandered maps by impeaching Protasiewicz? Rob Yablon comments.
The Badger Project

Posted Aug 28, 2023 by Law School News

ChatGPT has wrecked legal cases, but can lawyers use AI ethically? BJ Ard comments.
The Cap Times

Posted Aug 28, 2023 by Law School News

Steph Tai Comments on Landmark Montana Climate Suit Which Rules in Favor of Youth
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Aug 23, 2023 by Law School News

Dustin Brown Discusses What's Next for the Wisconsin Supreme Court
Longview News Journal

Posted Aug 23, 2023 by Law School News

Jeff Glazer Works to Bolster Rural Entrepreneurship
Office of Rural Prosperity

Posted Aug 15, 2023 by Law School News

State Lawmakers Mull Changes to Alcohol Laws: Jeff Glazer Comments
Spectrum News 1

Posted Aug 11, 2023 by Law School News

UW Law’s BJ Ard Helps Lead National Science Foundation Project To Safeguard U.S. Laws Against Cyberattacks

University of Wisconsin Law School is helping lead the way to develop new technologies that secure the “digital legal supply chain” — the processes by which laws and legal information are recorded, stored, updated and distribut ...

Posted Aug 10, 2023 by Law School News

Amazon Likely to Face Antitrust Suit; Peter Carstensen Comments
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Aug 1, 2023 by Law School News

Alex Huneeus Discusses Current Research and Connection to New Legal Realism
New Legal Realism Blog

Posted Jul 31, 2023 by Law School News

Jennifer Binkley Named State Bar of Wisconsin Pro Bono Attorney of the Year
State Bar of Wisconsin

Posted Jul 24, 2023 by Law School News

A Wisconsin Sex Trafficking Case Could Have Nationwide Impact; John Gross Comments
WUWM 89.7 FM

Posted Jul 19, 2023 by Law School News

Mark Sidel Elected to The American Law Institute
The American Law Institute

Posted Jul 19, 2023 by Law School News


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