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Steve Wright, Bryant Park share perspectives on racial equity
Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Aug 6, 2020 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne explains the flawed techniques used to interrogate Making A Murderer's Brendan Dassey
Sixth Hour podcast

Posted Jul 27, 2020 by Law School News

Steven Wright's 'Coyotes of Carthage' makes Best of Summer 2020 reading list
WUWM

Posted Jul 24, 2020 by Law School News

Most of Wisconsin's district attorneys aren't facing contested re-elections; Lanny Glinberg comments
Wisconsin Examiner

Posted Jul 24, 2020 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne weighs in on the status of Wisconsin's crime victim amendment
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Jul 20, 2020 by Law School News

A Q&A with Jarrett Adams, Wisconsin Innocence Project exoneree turned lawyer
Inside Track

Posted Jul 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

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

Georgia Supreme Court reverses conviction of Wisconsin Innocence Project client
ABC News

Posted Mar 1, 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

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

With help from UW Law's Remington Center, Jourdan Glenn '17 is offering some hope to inmates sentenced to life as juveniles
Wisconsin Law Journal

Posted Nov 27, 2019 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne: How language impairments affect criminal defendants
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Nov 12, 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

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

Posted Oct 25, 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

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

Posted Aug 26, 2019 by Law School News


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