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Asifa Quraishi-Landes leads discussion on students' election concerns at campus multicultural center


Badger Herald

Posted Nov 15, 2016 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele brings criminal law expertise to Madison town hall meeting


Badger Herald

Posted Nov 1, 2016 by Law School News

'Intersectionality,' a term coined by Kimberle Crenshaw LL.M. '85, has become part of the pop culture lexicon--but what does it really mean?


Baltimore Sun

Posted Oct 24, 2016 by Law School News

Margaret Raymond joins women law deans' discussion on gender and leadership


Lewis & Clark Law School News

Posted Oct 18, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses motives behind fetal remains legislation


The Nation

Posted Oct 17, 2016 by Law School News

Stephanie Tai recognized for excellence in scholarly writing by the American Agricultural Law Association

The American Agricultural Law Association (AALA) recognized Professor Stephanie Tai with an award for Professional Scholarship during the annual symposium in Oklahoma City this October. The AALA recognizes both a student and professional member ...

Posted Oct 11, 2016 by American Agricultural Law Association

Laura Smythe describes how UW Law's Pro Bono Program provides legal help for veterans in need


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Oct 6, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo weighs in on proposed 'right to try' experimental drug law


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Oct 3, 2016 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu speaks on humanitarian costs of climate change


The Daily Texan

Posted Oct 2, 2016 by Law School News

Elizabeth Mertz wins mentoring award from Association for Women Lawyers

Mertz will be honored along with UW Law alumnae, students Elizabeth Mertz has received the annual Association for Women Lawyers’ Award for Mentoring Excellence. Mertz is professor emeritus at UW Law School and a senior research fellow wit ...

Posted Sep 23, 2016 by Law School News

Megan McDermott to receive writing prize at Supreme Court ceremony

  Megan McDermott Megan McDermott has been awarded the 2016 Warren E. Burger Prize for Writing by the American Inns of Court. McDermott, a lecturer at UW Law School, will formally accept the award in November at a ceremony ...

Posted Aug 24, 2016 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele weighs in on Justice Department's private prisons phaseout


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Aug 24, 2016 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes wins Melli Achievement Award

  Asifa Quraishi-Landes Professor Asifa Quraishi-Landes has won the Marygold Melli Achievement Award, given annually by the Wisconsin-based Legal Association for Women. The award recognizes extraordinary achievement in the ...

Posted Aug 8, 2016 by Law School News

Michelle Nettles '97 to head human resources for Molson Coors globally

Posted Jul 27, 2016 by Law School News

Kashoua Yang '09: When our future is in the hands of others


Milwaukee Independent

Posted Jul 15, 2016 by Law School News

UW Law grad's article cited in federal intersex discrimination suit

An article written by Lauren Bishop, who graduated from UW Law School last December, was cited in the opening brief of a federal discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. State Department.The case, Dana Zzyym v. John Kerry, involves an intersex A ...

Posted Jun 28, 2016 by Law School News

Professor Tonya Brito receives 'Women in the Law' award

Tonya Brito has received the 2016 Women in the Law award, presented by Wisconsin Law Journal. Brito is the associate dean for research and faculty development and the Burrus-Bascom Professor of Law at UW Law School. The distinction is given a ...

Posted Jun 21, 2016 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses the rising number of Wisconsin prison inmates suffering from mental illness


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jun 15, 2016 by Law School News

Megan McDermott wins 2016 Gordon Sinykin Award of Excellence


Inside Track

Posted May 24, 2016 by Law School News

Stephanie Tai wins Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award

Posted May 19, 2016 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter brings knowledge learned from Ginsburg and Garland clerkships to her classroom


Wisconsin Law Journal

Posted May 18, 2016 by Law School News

Melinda Gustafson Gervasi '01: Most Americans Don't Have a Will


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted May 11, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo: Gene editing transforms biology, raises ethics questions


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted May 9, 2016 by Law School News

Tess Meuer '83 recognized for domestic violence work


Badger Herald

Posted Apr 27, 2016 by Law School News

Rachel Arfa '07 to be sworn into U.S. Supreme Court Bar

Posted Apr 7, 2016 by Law School News

Student Ashley Duffy wins Native American Congressional Internship

  Ashley Duffy Ashley Duffy has been awarded a 2016 Native American Congressional Internship from the Udall Foundation. Duffy is a first-year student at University of Wisconsin Law School, where she studies feder ...

Posted Apr 4, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo: Zika threat amps up debate on abortion access, fetal tissue research

Prof. Alta Charo discusses the consequences of banning fetal tissue research and restricting access to abortion during a Zika virus epidemic: In Vocativ, "The Anti-Choice Movement is Threatening Zika Research ," April 4, 2016. In The Guardian, " ...

Posted Apr 1, 2016 by Law School News

A Q&A with Carrie Sperling on the aftermath of "Making a Murderer"


Observer

Posted Mar 22, 2016 by Law School News

Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society elects 2016-17 editorial board

  Kathryn Pfefferle The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society has named UW Law student Kathryn Pfefferle as editor-in-chief for 2016–17. She replaces outgoing editor-in-chief, Katherine Kratcha. The stude ...

Posted Mar 21, 2016 by Law School News

Dean Margaret Raymond reappointed after 5-year review


UW-Madison News

Posted Mar 8, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo testifies before House investigative panel on fetal tissue research


USA Today

Posted Mar 3, 2016 by Law School News

Sarah Orr discusses state's new debt collection law


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Mar 1, 2016 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu's new book examines links between human rights and climate change

Before discussing her new book, Sumudu Atapattu wants to make one thing clear: human activity is causing the planet to heat up. “We can no longer dispute it,” she says. “Scientists agree, and nearly 200 nations endorsing the Paris Accor ...

Posted Feb 19, 2016 by Tammy Kempfert

Geneva Brown '93 discusses the work of Valparaiso University's domestic violence clinic


The Times of Northwest Indiana

Posted Feb 15, 2016 by Law School News

A Q&A with Elizabeth Mertz on mentoring in the legal academy


American Bar Foundation News

Posted Feb 9, 2016 by Law School News

Law School bioethicist selected for innovative research chair

  Alta Charo University of Wisconsin Law School Professor R. Alta Charo , an internationally known bioethicist, has been chosen as the first Sheldon B. Lubar Distinguished Research Chair in Law. The new and novel rese ...

Posted Feb 8, 2016 by Law School News

Michelle Behnke '88 elected treasurer of American Bar Association


ABA Journal

Posted Feb 7, 2016 by Law School News

Linda Greene challenges universities to commit resources to building diversity, inclusion on campus


The New York Times

Posted Feb 3, 2016 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses the use of cells for medical research, without the patient's consent


The Takeaway

Posted Jan 19, 2016 by Kimberly Frank, Alumni & Student Services Coordinator

Elizabeth Mertz wins award for excellence in mentoring

  Elizabeth Mertz, second from right, celebrates her Slesinger Award with UW Law colleagues Elizabeth Mertz , UW-Madison’s John and Rylla Bosshard Professor of Law, has won the 2015 Doris Slesinger Award for Excell ...

Posted Dec 10, 2015 by Olivia Grych

Sumudu Atapattu discusses human rights approaches to climate change

Sumudu Atapattu, director of UW Law School's Research Centers, was at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris earlier this month, lending her expertise on the effects of climate change from a human rights perspective. She has been ...

Posted Dec 10, 2015 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter to discuss role of state and federal power in transitioning to clean energy

Posted Dec 2, 2015 by Law School News

Ann Jacobs '92 discusses the tangled intersections between social media and the law

Posted Dec 1, 2015 by Law School News

A Q&A with Bridget Brennan '83, New York's special narcotics prosecutor

Posted Nov 30, 2015 by Law School News

Stacy Taeuber: The federal government, not the states, makes the call on admitting refugees

Local media agencies have asked Professor Stacy Taeuber, director of UW Law's Immigrant Justice Clinic, to respond to Governor Walker's announcement that he will "make all efforts to ensure that Syrian refugees are not resettled within the bound ...

Posted Nov 30, 2015 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses uterine transplants, a new technique to tackle infertility

   


Marketplace

Posted Nov 23, 2015 by Law School News

Alta Charo warns professional athletes against the use of unapproved stem cell therapies


USA Today

Posted Nov 5, 2015 by Law School News

Susan Hedman '87, EPA's Midwest chief, discusses Clean Power Plan at 2015 Energy Summit

Susan Hedman ’87 delivered the keynote address at “Air and Energy: The Path Ahead for U.S. States,” this year’s theme for the annual energy summit hosted by UW-Madison.   Susan Hedman Hedman, who directs the Env ...

Posted Nov 4, 2015 by Tammy Kempfert

Meg Gaines named to 'M List' of innovators who create social change


Madison Magazine

Posted Oct 28, 2015 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele: "Just Mercy" a stark, necessary reminder of criminal justice system shortcomings


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Oct 27, 2015 by Law School News


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