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Kimberlé Crenshaw (LL.M. '85) discusses the role of race and gender in the Ford-Kavanaugh hearings


NPR

Posted Oct 1, 2018 by Law School News

Trump administration plans to review all fetal tissue research; Alta Charo comments


BuzzFeed News

Posted Sep 26, 2018 by Law School News

Madison Women in Law Reception

Posted Sep 26, 2018 by Law School News

As a law student, #MeToo attorney Debra Katz '84 stood out, says Frank Tuerkheimer


Washington Post

Posted Sep 24, 2018 by Law School News

Alta Charo featured in wide-ranging podcast talk on bioethics


Preposterous Universe

Posted Sep 17, 2018 by Law School News

Erin Barbato and law student Daniela Juarez discuss their service trip to Texas detention center


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Sep 14, 2018 by Law School News

#MeToo Lawyer Debra Katz '84 makes waves in Washington


The National Law Journal

Posted Sep 14, 2018 by Law School News

Maria de Arteaga named 'Up and Coming Lawyer' by Wisconsin Law Journal

Maria de Arteaga Maria de Arteaga, a clinical instructor with the Wisconsin Innocence Project, has been named to Wisconsin Law Journal's Up and Coming Lawyers list for 2018. According to Wisconsin Law Journal, "The award rec ...

Posted Sep 13, 2018 by Law School News

Steph Tai outlines changes in EPA's approach to using science in policy making


State Bar of Wisconsin News

Posted Aug 16, 2018 by Law School News

Alta Charo joins advisory committee for new Ken Burns doc, "The Gene: An Intimate History"


PBS

Posted Aug 15, 2018 by Law School News

Cristina Bordé named to '10+ Local Difference Makers' list


In Business

Posted Jul 25, 2018 by Law School News

Steph Tai: America needs independent judges


The Hill

Posted Jul 25, 2018 by Law School News

Meg Gaines discusses her path from cancer survivor to national expert on patient-centered care


Cancer.Net

Posted Jul 19, 2018 by Law School News

A Q&A with Mitra Sharafi


American Historical Association News

Posted Jul 8, 2018 by Law School News

SCOTUS changes prompt new focus on Wisconsin's long-dormant abortion ban; Alta Charo comments


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jul 8, 2018 by Law School News

Should employers use mandatory binding arbitration agreements? Laura Lindner '93 weighs in


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Jul 5, 2018 by Law School News

Michele Goodwin (LL.M. '00): How Feminists Should Remember Justice Kennedy


Ms. Magazine

Posted Jul 2, 2018 by Law School News

Ursula Weigold receives Women in the Law award

Ursula Weigold Ursula Weigold has received the 2018 Women in the Law award, presented by Wisconsin Law Journal. Weigold is UW Law School's director of Legal Research and Writing and a clinical professor of law. The awar ...

Posted Jun 21, 2018 by Law School News

Alta Charo comments on police use of genealogy databases to identify criminal suspects


WDJT Milwaukee

Posted May 23, 2018 by Law School News

Steph Tai submits amicus brief in Clean Water Rule suspension case


Society of Wetland Scientists News

Posted May 15, 2018 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes discusses new film about the first woman judge on Palestine's court of Islamic law


RadioWest

Posted May 14, 2018 by Karen Koethe

Toni Caldwell '05: Preserving Menominee Indian Culture


Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Apr 26, 2018 by Karen Koethe

Housing rights champion Vel Phillips '51 has died


The New York Times

Posted Apr 25, 2018 by Law School News

Remembering civil rights leader Vel Phillips '51

Posted Apr 18, 2018 by Law School News

Tonya Brito named Visiting Scholar at Russell Sage Foundation

UW Law School Professor Tonya Brito is one of 15 researchers appointed to the Russell Sage Foundation’s Visiting Scholars program for the 2018-19 academic year. Tonya Brito Working from the foundation headquarters in New ...

Posted Apr 16, 2018 by Law School News

Mitra Sharafi wins four awards to write history of Indian law and forensics

UW Law School Professor Mitra Sharafi has won four separate awards to pursue her research on the legal history of South Asia. Sharafi will use the opportunities to work on her latest book project, “Fear of the False: Forensic Science in C ...

Posted Apr 9, 2018 by Law School News

Pilar Ossorio discusses the privacy risks of using DNA testing companies


Channel 3000

Posted Mar 30, 2018 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter receives UW-Madison's Distinguished Teaching Award

Law professor Miriam Seifter says her teaching philosophy is two-fold. “First, law school should be empowering, not deflating. I want my classes to be a place where students find their voices rather than only hearing mine.” “But se ...

Posted Mar 15, 2018 by Tammy Kempfert

Citing 'false evidence,' California Supreme Court vacates murder conviction of Cristina Borde's death row client, Vicente Benavides


Kern Golden Empire

Posted Mar 12, 2018 by Law School News

Pamela Hart '02 and Megan Senatori '01 help victims of domestic violence by saving their pets


Channel 3000

Posted Mar 2, 2018 by Karen Koethe

As chair of Arctic Research Commission, Fran Ulmer '72 is taking action on climate change

Posted Feb 22, 2018 by Law School News

Pareena Srivanit (S.J.D. '02) named dean of Thai law school

A University of Wisconsin Law School graduate is the new dean of one of Thailand’s leading law schools.Pareena Supjariyavatr Srivanit was appointed dean last fall of Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Law . She is the Bangkok-based univer ...

Posted Feb 22, 2018 by Law School News

Remembering Margo Melli, a UW Law School trailblazer


Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Feb 20, 2018 by Law School News

Cristina Borde is working to increase compensation for wrongfully convicted in Wisconsin, currently the lowest in nation


Racine Journal Times

Posted Feb 18, 2018 by Law School News

UW Law faculty participate in new campus 'cluster hire' initiatives

Posted Feb 13, 2018 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses Wisconsin's Chapter 980 law on sexually violent offenders


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Feb 12, 2018 by Law School News

A Q&A with Mitra Sharafi on her book 'Law and Identity in South Asia: Parsi Legal Culture, 1772-1947'


Chapati Mystery

Posted Feb 12, 2018 by Law School News

Steph Tai discusses the Trump administration's move to permit off-shore drilling in federally protected waters


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jan 10, 2018 by Law School News

What will closing Lincoln Hills youth prison mean for inmates? Eileen Hirsch weighs in


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jan 8, 2018 by Law School News

Governor announces plans to close Lincoln Hills youth prison; Cecelia Klingele comments


WKOW-TV

Posted Jan 5, 2018 by Law School News

Marsha Mansfield for the 'Bright Ideas 2018' series: Provide universal representation for child migrants


The Capital Times

Posted Jan 4, 2018 by Law School News

Cristina Borde named one of 2018's 'Women to Watch'


Brava Magazine

Posted Jan 3, 2018 by Law School News

Aissa Olivarez '16 helps area immigrants fight deportation proceedings


Ishtmus

Posted Dec 21, 2017 by Law School News

Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic director selected for new business law fellowship

Anne Smith , director of the University of Wisconsin Law School’s Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic, has been chosen as the inaugural recipient of the Kinnie Smith Rowe Faculty Fellowship in Business Law. (Anne Smith is no relation to Kinnie S ...

Posted Dec 12, 2017 by Law School News

Debra Katz '84 discusses congressman's settlement over harassment allegations


NBC News

Posted Nov 27, 2017 by Law School News

Alta Charo praises new federal guidelines on stem cell therapies, but calls for better consumer information


The Philadelphia Inquirer

Posted Nov 20, 2017 by Law School News

How unprecedented is President Trump's politicization of science? Steph Tai weighs in


Snopes.com

Posted Nov 16, 2017 by Law School News

Alta Charo discusses state laws on cadaver donations


Pacific Standard

Posted Nov 7, 2017 by Law School News

Professors Charo and Gaines present at 2017 TEDMED

Law School will screen both talks Nov. 16 Professors Alta Charo and Meg Gaines will speak at TEDMED, the annual conference that showcases the latest ideas in health and medicine. They are two of approximately 30 international thought leaders ...

Posted Oct 30, 2017 by Law School News

Pilar Ossorio explores the national security implications of gene editing

Posted Oct 24, 2017 by Law School News


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