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Miriam Seifter: All states have empowered executive officials to address public health crises

The Progressive

Posted May 27, 2020 by Law School News

Richard Monette discusses South Dakota governor's dispute with tribes over checkpoints

NBC News

Posted May 26, 2020 by Law School News

'Human challenge studies' to test COVID-19 vaccines should be a last resort, says Alta Charo

The Hill

Posted May 21, 2020 by Law School News

Marsha Mansfield: Wisconsin's civil legal aid providers need more support

The Capital Times

Posted May 20, 2020 by Law School News

Julia Sherman discusses Northern Wisconsin's high alcohol death rates

WAOW Wausau

Posted May 19, 2020 by Law School News

David Schwartz: Can local Safer at Home orders withstand legal challenges?

Channel 3000

Posted May 18, 2020 by Law School News

Re-opening ethically: Alta Charo discusses legal strategies for keeping workplaces safe

Politico

Posted May 18, 2020 by Law School News

Anuj Desai discusses state Supreme Court ruling on Safer at Home order

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted May 18, 2020 by Law School News

David Schwartz discusses local governments' authority to extend Safer at Home order

NBC 15

Posted May 15, 2020 by Law School News

How can states ethically manage COVID-19 drug shortages? Alta Charo discusses

CNN

Posted May 15, 2020 by Law School News

Renagh O'Leary discusses compassionate release for prisoners at risk of COVID-19 exposure

Des Moines Register

Posted May 14, 2020 by Law School News

Mitch: Hope for nonprofit law firm model remains despite closing of Open Legal Services

ABA Journal

Posted May 13, 2020 by Law School News

Findley, Rogers awarded faculty fellowships for 2020-21

Two University of Wisconsin Law professors have received faculty fellowships from the UW-Madison. They were among 32 faculty spanning the four campus divisions— arts and humanities, physical sciences, social sciences and biological scienc ...

Posted May 12, 2020 by Law School News

From courtroom to classroom: Ion Meyn discusses his journey

Sonoma Index-Tribune

Posted May 12, 2020 by Law School News

Sharafi, Erlanger win 2020 Law & Society Association awards

Two University of Wisconsin Law School professors have won awards from the Law and Society Association (LSA). Professors Mitra Sharafi and Howard Erlanger are among the 27 sociolegal scholars receiving honors this spring for outstanding contri ...

Posted May 11, 2020 by Law School News

Does Safer at Home order violate state law? David Schwartz comments

WTMJ Milwaukee

Posted May 11, 2020 by Law School News

Ryan Poe-Gavlinski discusses the work of the VOCA Restraining Order Clinic

Dr. Toby Out On Call

Posted May 7, 2020 by Law School News

GOP lawmakers file suit to block governor's stay home order; David Schwartz and Miriam Seifter weigh in

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted May 7, 2020 by Law School News

Wisconsin Supreme Court takes up safer-at-home lawsuit; Miriam Seifter comments

The Progressive

Posted May 4, 2020 by Law School News

Erlanger, Patel and Levine named UW Law School Teachers of the Year

Each spring, UW Law School celebrates excellence in teaching through its Teacher of the Year awards. The honorees for outstanding classroom, clinical and adjunct instruction in 2019 include: Howard Erlanger, Classroom Teacher of the Year. H ...

Posted May 1, 2020 by Law School News

Merger of dairy giants could transform industry; Peter Carstensen comments

Capital Press

Posted Apr 30, 2020 by Law School News

Margaret Raymond discusses role of diploma privilege for new graduates

ABA Journal

Posted Apr 24, 2020 by Law School News

Meg Gaines discusses the pandemic's impact on non-COVID health procedures

WORT-FM

Posted Apr 23, 2020 by Law School News

Alta Charo elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Six University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty, including UW Law School's Professor Alta Charo , have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences . Charo is the Warren P. Knowles Professor of Law and Bioethics and an expert on law a ...

Posted Apr 23, 2020 by Law School News

Pilar Ossorio: In COVID-19 response, don't let urgency trump sound science

Posted Apr 22, 2020 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses risks to prisoners and employees, after Milwaukee prison staffer contracts COVID-19

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Apr 22, 2020 by Law School News

Mitra Sharafi: Pandemic or poison? How epidemics shaped Southasia's legal history

Himal Southasian

Posted Apr 21, 2020 by Law School News

Where does authority lie in a pandemic? David Schwartz discusses the balance between state and federal powers

WORT-FM

Posted Apr 20, 2020 by Law School News

Steven Wright's 'Coyotes of Carthage' pulls back the curtain on how democracy works

"Steven Wright’s debut novel reads like a 'how to' book that thousands of K Street connivers and Wall Street warriors don’t want the rest of America to see," writes James Grady in The Washington Post. "The Coyotes of Carthage," Wrig ...

The Washington Post

Posted Apr 19, 2020 by Law School News

Richard Monette discusses Native American sovereignty, privatization and property law

Wisconsin Law in Action

Posted Apr 14, 2020 by Law School News

Human Nature, the CRISPR documentary featuring Alta Charo, is available to stream

Posted Apr 14, 2020 by Law School News

Marsha Mansfield discusses concerns about child custody under Safer at Home orders

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Apr 14, 2020 by Law School News

Trump campaign sues Northwoods TV station for airing COVID-19 attack ad; Anuj Desai comments

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Apr 14, 2020 by Law School News

Gerald Thain 'sees no merit' in Trump lawsuit against Northwoods TV station

Courthouse News

Posted Apr 13, 2020 by Law School News

Mitch: Safeguarding renters against eviction in a pandemic

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Apr 10, 2020 by Law School News

Coordinating state and federal powers in a pandemic; Miriam Seifter weighs in

PEW Trusts

Posted Apr 8, 2020 by Law School News

Alta Charo: How to protect doctors compelled to ration COVID-19 care from lawsuits

Newsweek

Posted Apr 7, 2020 by Law School News

Stopping the spread of coronavirus in Wisconsin prisons; Cecelia Klingele comments

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Apr 6, 2020 by Law School News

Milk industry merger will harm consumers and dairy farmers, says Peter Carstensen

Successful Farming

Posted Apr 2, 2020 by Law School News

Thinking big while staying home: Joel Rogers on how the pandemic could bring on progressive policy shifts

Wisconsin Examiner

Posted Mar 30, 2020 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses need for rationiong medical resources to confront COVID-19 pandemic

The Washington Post

Posted Mar 27, 2020 by Law School News

Richard Monette discusses need for Native American lawyers; students Lorenzo Gudino and Forrest Gauthier describe their journeys

Curb Magazine

Posted Mar 26, 2020 by Law School News

Public health and patient privacy during the COVID-19 pandemic; Alta Charo weighs in

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Mar 25, 2020 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter discusses governors' powers during public health crises

Fox 6 News

Posted Mar 24, 2020 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses FDA's 'Emergency Use Authorization' for medical treatments under Obama

Politifact

Posted Mar 9, 2020 by Law School News

Tonya Brito discusses her article, "The Child Support Debt Bubble"

Wisconsin Law in Action

Posted Mar 9, 2020 by Law School News

Rural startups get free legal help from Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic; Jeff Glazer comments

The Capital Times

Posted Mar 6, 2020 by Law School News

Wisconsin Assembly speaker's prisons claim is fact-checked; Ken Streit weighs in

Politifact

Posted Mar 5, 2020 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele: Probation is an over-used, often harsh sanction

The Appeal

Posted Feb 28, 2020 by Law School News

Kris Turner offers data visualization tips for law firms

Law.com

Posted Feb 28, 2020 by Law School News

Labor chief Scalia reigns in review board; Anuj Desai, a former board member, comments

Bloomberg Law

Posted Feb 28, 2020 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen discusses proposed merger between Dean Foods and nation's largest dairy cooperative

Peter Carstensen, an expert on competition law and policy, has been discussing a potential merger between the struggling milk giant Dean Foods and Dairy Farmers of America, a marketing cooperative. Read a summary of his comments to media agenc ...

Posted Feb 24, 2020 by Law School News

Child abuse misdiagnoses "happening all across the country," says Keith Findley

WTMJ Milwaukee

Posted Feb 20, 2020 by Law School News

U.S. border wall construction disrupts sacred Tohono O'odham Nation sites; Richard Monette discusses

NBC News

Posted Feb 18, 2020 by Law School News

Keith Findley: For every release of a wrongfully imprisoned person, many remain behind bars

Christian Science Monitor

Posted Feb 14, 2020 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen comments on derailed purchase of shaving supply company

Bloomberg

Posted Feb 11, 2020 by Law School News

Yaron Nili examines director term limits as a tool for diversifying corporate boardrooms

Wisconsin Law in Action

Posted Feb 7, 2020 by Law School News

Meg Gaines discusses a loophole health insurers use to push pricy medical bills onto patients

USA Today

Posted Feb 6, 2020 by Law School News

Keith Findley echoes concerns over evidentiary procedure in Milwaukee child abuse case

NBC News

Posted Jan 30, 2020 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele: Meaningful prison reform will require large-scale change

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Jan 28, 2020 by Law School News

David Schwartz looks at the ongoing importance of McCulloch v. Maryland

University of the Air

Posted Jan 27, 2020 by Law School News

Herman Goldstein, author of 'Problem-Oriented Policing,' dies at 88

Herman Goldstein, a University of Wisconsin Law School professor emeritus whose research on policing had global impact, died Jan. 24 in Madison, Wisconsin. He was 88. Goldstein joined the UW Law School faculty in 1964, after serving four years ...

Posted Jan 24, 2020 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele weighs in on proposed reforms to state's criminal justice system

WORT-FM

Posted Jan 23, 2020 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses strategies for a global governance over genome editing

WBUR

Posted Jan 23, 2020 by Law School News

Wisconsin Innocence Project exoneree who became a lawyer thanks Keith Findley and John Pray by defending the wrongly convicted

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jan 23, 2020 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu discusses UN ruling that climate threats can be grounds for asylum

Gizmodo

Posted Jan 21, 2020 by Law School News

Wisconsin legislators take steps to address surprise medical bills; Sachin Gupte weighs in

Madison.com

Posted Jan 21, 2020 by Law School News

Julia Sherman comments on the rise in alcohol-related deaths among female college students

WKOW

Posted Jan 21, 2020 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses his recent work on forensic evidence, policing

Wisconsin Law in Action

Posted Jan 17, 2020 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses the flawed science around 'shaken baby' convictions

The Appeal

Posted Jan 15, 2020 by Law School News

Wisconsin Innocence Project's Carrie Sperling argues before Georgia Supreme Court in murder appeal

Law.com

Posted Jan 15, 2020 by Law School News

Howard Erlanger discusses claims against $6.75 million estate of Terrill Thomas, who died of thirst in a Milwaukee jail

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Jan 10, 2020 by Law School News

UW Law School mourns the loss of adjunct Steven Levine

Posted Jan 9, 2020 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses the gene drive dilemma: We can alter entire species, but should we?

The New York Times

Posted Jan 8, 2020 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele: Recidivism shouldn't be the sole measure for judging correctional success

The Crime Report

Posted Jan 7, 2020 by Law School News

Health products powered by artificial intelligence need careful oversight, says Pilar Ossorio

PBS

Posted Jan 6, 2020 by Law School News

Chinese scientist who claimed to create gene-edited babies sentenced to prison; Alta Charo responds

Washington Post

Posted Jan 2, 2020 by Law School News

Kris Turner discusses becoming a UW Law 'libyer' (librarian lawyer)

American Association of Law Libraries

Posted Dec 20, 2019 by Law School News

Steph Tai: Competition, not consumer confusion, is behind industry's push for meat labeling laws

Georgia State University News

Posted Dec 18, 2019 by Law School News

UW's notable and quotable list for 2019: Jonathan Scharrer discusses restorative justice on 60 Minutes

Posted Dec 17, 2019 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne creates jazz residency program at local schools

Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Dec 16, 2019 by Law School News

Gene surgeons aim to repair fetal problems before they start; Alta Charo comments

The Mercury News

Posted Dec 11, 2019 by Law School News

David Schwartz discusses his book, 'The Spirit of the Constitution'

Wisconsin Law in Action

Posted Dec 11, 2019 by Law School News

Mitch discusses UW South Madison Partnership's expansion

Posted Dec 10, 2019 by Law School News

FDA warns CBD sellers against making claims about the product's medicinal benefits; Jeff Glazer comments

The Morning Call

Posted Dec 9, 2019 by Law School News

Pilar Ossorio raises concerns over China's use of DNA facial mapping

The New York Times

Posted Dec 4, 2019 by Law School News

Trip to U.S.-Mexico border showed Immigrant Justice Clinic students the "law in action," Erin Barbato says

The Badger Herald

Posted Dec 3, 2019 by Law School News

Better antitrust enforcement could help independent farmers, says Peter Carstensen

Time Magazine

Posted Dec 2, 2019 by Law School News

Now in second year, UW Law's Restraining Order Clinic serves legal needs of domestic violence survivors

One year after opening its doors to clients, the UW Law School’s VOCA Restraining Order Clinic has helped 62 survivors navigate legal issues in four Wisconsin counties. Under director Ryan Poe-Gavlinski ’s supervision, law students ...

Posted Nov 26, 2019 by Karen Koethe

New faculty focus: Nina Varsava

Posted Nov 26, 2019 by Law School News

David Schwartz's book looks at 200-year history of McCulloch v. Maryland

In a new book, David Schwartz chronicles 200 years in the life of McCulloch v. Maryland, a case widely regarded as one of the most important in U.S. Supreme Court history. Schwartz’s “The Spirit of the Constitution: John Marshall ...

Posted Nov 21, 2019 by Law School News

For her work with campus entrepreneurs, Anne Smith receives Excellence in Entrepreneurial Education award

La Crosse Tribune

Posted Nov 18, 2019 by Law School News

UW Law graduates, faculty receive Order of the Coif honors

Sixteen recent UW Law School graduates, along with three faculty members, have been elected to the Order of the Coif for 2019. Induction into the Order of the Coif, a national honor society, is considered one of the highest academic distinctio ...

Posted Nov 18, 2019 by Tammy Kempfert

Erin Barbato: There is a 'policy wall' blocking asylum seekers

The Daily Cardinal

Posted Nov 15, 2019 by Law School News

America's biggest dairy coop may buy Dean Foods; Peter Carstensen cites concerns

The New Food Economy

Posted Nov 13, 2019 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne: How language impairments affect criminal defendants

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Nov 12, 2019 by Law School News

Erin Barbato and Immigrant Justice Clinic students describe conditions at a Texas immigrant detention facility

The Advocate's Society podcast

Posted Nov 11, 2019 by Law School News

VOCA Restraining Order Clinic wins state bar award for legal innovation

Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Nov 6, 2019 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne: Language impairment made Brendan Dassey prime candidate for falsely confessing to murder

Wisconsin Law in Action

Posted Nov 1, 2019 by Law School News

Charles Irish discusses trade disruptions and other hurdles Wisconsin farmers face

SWNew4u.com

Posted Oct 28, 2019 by Law School News

Steve Wright and Carrie Sperling among 250 petitioning governor for Brendan Dassey's release

People Magazine

Posted Oct 25, 2019 by Law School News

Julia Sherman discusses new report on economic toll of binge drinking in Wisconsin

Fox 47

Posted Oct 25, 2019 by Law School News

International law ill equipped to deal with people crossing borders due to climate disasters, says Sumudu Atapattu

Anadolu News Agency

Posted Oct 25, 2019 by Law School News

Jennifer Binkley is UW Law's new Family Court Clinic director

The University of Wisconsin Law School welcomed Jennifer Binkley to its faculty this fall. Binkley is the new director of the Law School’s Family Court Clinic , which offers basic legal services in divorce, paternity, child placement an ...

Posted Oct 22, 2019 by Law School News

Separation of powers case before state Supreme Court could set Wisconsin apart, says Miriam Seifter

Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Oct 21, 2019 by Law School News

Police review committee that Keith Findley chaired releases final report; Findley comments

Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Oct 21, 2019 by Law School News

Richard Monette and Menominee Nation win $1 million award to reclaim tribally driven food system

Posted Oct 17, 2019 by Law School News

Lawmakers propose changes to nut milk, plant-based meat labels; Steph Tai weighs in

WMTV News

Posted Oct 16, 2019 by Law School News

Ken Streit discusses Wisconsin's incarceration rates for marijuana offenders

The Badger Herald

Posted Oct 16, 2019 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen discusses the changing outlook for Wisconsin's ag industry

The Badger Herald

Posted Oct 15, 2019 by Law School News

Steph Tai discusses proposed restrictions on meat and dairy labeling

WORT-FM

Posted Oct 11, 2019 by Law School News

Anne Smith receives Excellence in Entrepreneurial Education award from Wisconsin Technology Council

Wisconsin Technology Council news

Posted Oct 11, 2019 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu says climate change is a human rights issue

Wisconsin Public Television

Posted Oct 7, 2019 by Law School News

Law School Dean Raymond to step down in July

Posted Oct 4, 2019 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne's research on Brendan Dassey confession cited in clemency petition

WBAY - Green Bay

Posted Oct 3, 2019 by Law School News

Howard Erlanger discusses how his son Jeff inspired Tom Hanks to portray Mr. Rogers in upcoming film

Madison Magazine

Posted Oct 3, 2019 by Law School News

Campus definitions of sexual consent often surpass legal standards, says Cecelia Klingele

The Badger Herald

Posted Oct 1, 2019 by Law School News

Fox, Stites join UW Law's Legal Research and Writing faculty

The University of Wisconsin Law School welcomed Ashby Fox and Alison Stites to its Legal Research & Writing faculty last month. Both began their teaching duties this fall. Ashby Fox Prior to joining UW Law, Ashby Fox was a comm ...

Posted Sep 30, 2019 by Law School News

Law in Action: Faculty discuss UW Law's foundation and its future

Posted Sep 30, 2019 by Law School News

WeWork's ex-CEO stays on as board chair; Yaron Nili weighs in

Bloomberg Law

Posted Sep 27, 2019 by Law School News

When doctors trained to spot child abuse get it wrong, families are torn apart; Keith Findley comments

NBC News

Posted Sep 27, 2019 by Law School News

How is the law responding to new playback and distribution technologies? BJ Ard discusses

Wisconsin Law in Action

Posted Sep 27, 2019 by Law School News

Renagh O'Leary named to 'Up and Coming Lawyers' list

Renagh O'Leary Renagh O’Leary has been named to Wisconsin Law Journal's Up and Coming Lawyers list for 2019. O’Leary is a clinical assistant professor in UW Law School’s Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons ...

Posted Sep 18, 2019 by Law School News

Yaron Nili is first to be featured in new UW Law Library podcast

Wisconsin Law in Action

Posted Sep 17, 2019 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen: Legal pressure is ramping up for Facebook and Google as states attorneys general launch investigations

Fortune

Posted Sep 11, 2019 by Law School News

What do young lawyers want? To add value, find purpose and use their degree in fulfilling ways, says Megan Heneke

Inside Track

Posted Sep 11, 2019 by Law School News

Keith Findley describes how police & prosecutors' tunnel vision can lead to wrongful convictions

Washington Post

Posted Sep 9, 2019 by Law School News

U.S. chicken industry accused of conspiring to keep immigrant wages down; Peter Carstensen comments

Bloomberg

Posted Sep 4, 2019 by Law School News

Why don't undocumented migrants who marry citizens automatically become citizens? Erin Barbato explains

Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Aug 26, 2019 by Law School News

Steven Wright: How Wisconsin responds to errors in the criminal justice system

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Aug 26, 2019 by Law School News

Professor Nina Varsava joins UW Law School faculty

University of Wisconsin Law School welcomed Nina Varsava to its faculty in August. She will be teaching courses on professional responsibility and civil procedure, among other subjects.   Professor Nina Varsava Professor Varsava’s ...

Posted Aug 14, 2019 by Law School News

AI, machine learning algorithms are susceptible to biased data, says Pilar Ossorio

Health Data Management

Posted Aug 13, 2019 by Law School News

Erin Barbato: "It's become very difficult, if not impossible, to qualify for asylum"

La Crosse Tribune

Posted Aug 12, 2019 by Law School News

Jeff Glazer: Legal clarity needed for Wisconsin's CBD industry

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Aug 9, 2019 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses committee's work to review Madison police practices and make recommendations

WKOW

Posted Aug 6, 2019 by Law School News

Alta Charo wins Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences fellowship

Stanford University

Posted Aug 2, 2019 by Law School News

Alexandra Huneeus wins writing prize for human rights scholarship

Professor Alexandra Huneeus won “Best Paper 2019 ” honors for her article, "Between universalism and regional law and politics: A comparative history of the American, European, and African human rights systems,” co-authored wi ...

Posted Jul 19, 2019 by Law School News

John Ohnesorge partners with Nanjing University faculty to bring IP workshop to China

Building on two decades of collaboration, teams from the law schools at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Nanjing University held a joint workshop on intellectual property May 23 in Nanjing, the capital of China’s Jiangsu Province. ...

Posted Jun 19, 2019 by Laurie Dennis

Margaret Raymond: "Our nation's public law schools are engines of access, opportunity and social transformation"

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Posted Dec 20, 2018 by Law School News


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