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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

To anticipate the future of forensic science, Mitra Sharafi looks at the British Empire's past

Flash Forward

Posted Sep 4, 2019 by Law School News

As director of Delaware's unclaimed-property office, Brenda Mayrack '08 oversees $540 million annually in forgotten assets

The Atlantic

Posted Aug 27, 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

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

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

Stanford University

Posted Aug 2, 2019 by Law School News

#MeToo attorney Debra Katz '80 discusses former Sen. Franken's resignation over sexual misconduct

The New Yorker

Posted Jul 22, 2019 by Law School News

With Shirley Abrahamson's retirement, a group of UW Law graduates reflect on the changing landscape for women attorneys

The Capital Times

Posted Jul 17, 2019 by Law School News

Michele Goodwin (LL.M. '00): Alabama isn't the only state that punishes pregnant women

New York Times

Posted Jul 2, 2019 by Law School News

"This is irresponsible," says Alta Charo a of Russian biologist's goal to create gene-edited babies

NPR

Posted Jun 21, 2019 by Law School News

Justice Shirley Abrahamson (S.J.D. '62) honored at state capitol event

Justice Shirley Abrahamson (S.J.D. '62), the longest serving state Supreme Court justice in the country, was honored at the Wisconsin State Capitol Tuesday at a ceremony that included tributes from Gov. Tony Evers, former Gov. Jim Doyle, and for ...

Posted Jun 19, 2019 by Law School News

Hon. Catherine Furay '80: It's time to update Chapter 128, Wisconsin's alternative to bankruptcy

Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Jun 18, 2019 by Law School News

Trump administration curtails fetal tissue research; Alta Charo responds

UW Law Professor Alta Charo discussed a federal crackdown on fetal tissue research in the Los Angeles Times, and elsewhere: "In wake of Trump’s fetal tissue clampdown, scientists strain to adjust ," Science, June 11, 2019. "Patients ...

Posted Jun 10, 2019 by Law School News

Trump administration restricts federal climate change reporting; Steph Tai comments

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jun 3, 2019 by Law School News

What qualities make a good patient advocate? The Center for Patient Partnerships' Meg Gaines weighs in

Wisconsin State Journal

Posted May 28, 2019 by Law School News

Wisconsin's public defender shortage has created a constitutional crisis, says Michele LaVigne

The Appeal

Posted May 23, 2019 by Law School News

As Madison clinics begin offering stem cell therapies for joint pain, Alta Charo urges caution

Wisconsin State Journal

Posted May 22, 2019 by Law School News

Erin Barbato discusses Dane County pilot program that provides lawyers to immigrants

Wisconsin Watch

Posted May 21, 2019 by Law School News

Julia Sherman: Wisconsin's cultural association with alcohol has a high cost

Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted May 13, 2019 by Law School News

Chinese bioethicists call for regulation 'reboot' after country's gene-edited baby scandal; Alta Charo comments

Science Magazine

Posted May 8, 2019 by Law School News

Jennifer Epps-Addison '11 makes a case for 'Medicare for All'

MSNBC

Posted May 7, 2019 by Law School News

Kathryn Hendley and Tonya Brito receive faculty fellowships for 2019-20

Posted May 2, 2019 by Law School News

Alta Charo: 'Born alive' bills create the false impression that abortion providers practice infanticide

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Apr 23, 2019 by Law School News

A Q&A on Islamic law with Asifa Quraishi-Landes

Wisconsin Public Television

Posted Apr 18, 2019 by Law School News

Stanford professor faces investigation into involvement in gene-edited twins controversy; Alta Charo comments

The New York Times

Posted Apr 15, 2019 by Law School News

In student conversation series, Sumudu Atapattu describes human rights implications of climate change

On Wisconsin

Posted Apr 10, 2019 by Law School News

Erin Barbato: Immigrant Justice Clinic work affected by changing asylum policies at the border

The Capital Times

Posted Apr 9, 2019 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele praises prosecutors' restraint in handling case of abducted Wisconsin teen

Associated Press

Posted Mar 28, 2019 by Law School News

What is the world to do about gene editing? Alta Charo weighs in

New York Review of Books

Posted Mar 27, 2019 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes: Five myths about hijab

Washington Post

Posted Mar 18, 2019 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses call for 5-year global ban on human germline editing

ScienceNews

Posted Mar 13, 2019 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes quoted on news host's inaccurate comments in the Ilhan Omar debate

Rolling Stone

Posted Mar 11, 2019 by Law School News

How will the CRISPR baby scandal affect the future of human gene editing? Alta Charo discusses

Nature

Posted Feb 26, 2019 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele comments on the increase in criminal charges filed in Walworth County

Janesville Gazette

Posted Feb 25, 2019 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses new 'Fountain of Youth' pill: can it be proven safe and effective?

Kaiser Health News

Posted Feb 12, 2019 by Law School News

Michele LaVigne receives 'Leaders in the Law' award

Michele LaVigne, a University of Wisconsin Law School professor, has won Wisconsin Law Journal’s 2019 Leaders in the Law award. The award honors top judges, attorneys and legal professionals who have made a difference in Wisconsin’ ...

Posted Feb 6, 2019 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses U.S. research on editing embryonic human DNA to prevent disease

NPR

Posted Feb 1, 2019 by Law School News

Governor reverses course on Affordable Care Act lawsuit; Miriam Seifter comments

Kenosha News

Posted Jan 24, 2019 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter weighs in on recent legal challenges to Wisconsin's lame-duck legislation

WUWM

Posted Jan 15, 2019 by Law School News

A controversial startup claims that 'young blood' transfusions can fight aging; Alta Charo weighs in

Huffington Post

Posted Jan 2, 2019 by Law School News


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