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William Clune’s book explores UW Law School’s Law in Action tradition

Why is law taught differently at the University of Wisconsin Law School and how is legal realism intertwined with the “law in action” approach to legal education? Professor Emeritus William Clune explores these themes in his latest ...

Posted Jan 27, 2022 by Law School News

Yaron Nili: Women make gains on bank boards, but men still hold the power
Bloomberg

Posted Jan 21, 2022 by Law School News

Ion Meyn achieves tenure, promoted to associate professor

Congratulations to Ion Meyn for achieving tenure and promotion to associate professor. Meyn, who joined the UW Law School in 2010, teaches civil procedure, civil rights, wrongful convictions, race and the law, and trial advocacy. His scholarsh ...

Posted Jan 20, 2022 by Law School News

Emeritus Professor Arlen Christenson '60 honored by Conservation Hall of Fame
The Cap Times

Posted Jan 20, 2022 by Law School News

Wisconsin debates cash bail changes in wake of Waukesha parade tragedy: Lanny Glinberg comments
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Jan 20, 2022 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses bill seeking to foster jail alternatives for people with mental illness
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jan 20, 2022 by Law School News

Steph Tai, Anuj Desai discuss prohibiting race discussions in schools
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Jan 19, 2022 by Law School News

Joshua Braver comments on sedition charges for Capitol attack
Reuters

Posted Jan 19, 2022 by Law School News

Ion Meyn, Lanny Glinberg discuss bail reform
Wisconsin Examiner

Posted Jan 19, 2022 by Law School News

Renagh O'Leary's scholarship honored by the Association of American Law Schools

UW Law clinical professor Renagh O'Leary 's scholarship on compassionate release and decarceration was recently honored by the Association of American Law Schools' Criminal Justice Section. O'Leary was named the runner-up for the annual Junior ...

Posted Jan 7, 2022 by Law School News

Robert Yablon: WI Supreme Court is wrong to preserve gerrymandered electoral maps
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Dec 23, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright examines the systems that condemn us all
Literary Hub

Posted Dec 23, 2021 by Law School News

Lanny Glinberg comments on push to change bail system after Waukesha tragedy
Wisconsin Examiner

Posted Dec 17, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn: What the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict means for carrying open firearms in Wisconsin
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Dec 13, 2021 by Law School News

Christopher Lau discusses WIP, the innocent pleading guilty, WI's prison population, and more
WORT Radio

Posted Dec 8, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn cautions against push to change bail system after Waukesha tragedy
Wisconsin Examiner

Posted Dec 8, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright comments on Kyle Rittenhouse trial
BeFM Radio

Posted Dec 7, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele comments on UW System developing Bachelors degree program in WI prisons
Channel 3000

Posted Dec 7, 2021 by Law School News

Robert Yablon discusses the future of Wisconsin legislative maps
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Dec 6, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele comments on the bail reform movement
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Dec 3, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn discusses what the Rittenhouse case says about gun rights, white-privileged violence
WORT Radio

Posted Dec 2, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses what counts as self-defense with open carry firearms
ABC News Australia

Posted Dec 2, 2021 by Law School News

Lawmakers seek change to state constitution when setting bail; Cecelia Klingele comments
WKOW 27 News

Posted Nov 30, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross comments on Waukesha Christmas parade attack
The New York Times

Posted Nov 30, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele comments: Would the Rittenhouse verdict be different in a 'Stand Your Ground' state?
NBC LX

Posted Nov 30, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley: After Rittenhouse, what an era of armed protest means for America
Yahoo News

Posted Nov 30, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross discusses Kyle Rittenhouse verdict
The Public Morality

Posted Nov 30, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross comments on Waukesha Christmas parade attack suspect out on bond
New York Post

Posted Nov 23, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross weighs in on prosecution's failed strategies in Rittenhouse trial
New York Post

Posted Nov 23, 2021 by Law School News

Dan Tokaji comments: Could a law school diploma stand in for the bar exam?
Bloomberg Law

Posted Nov 22, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley comments: After Rittenhouse, will deadly clashes multiply as the right to self-defense expands?
The Washington Post

Posted Nov 22, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses Rittenhouse verdict
BBC Newshour

Posted Nov 22, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn: Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty verdict reveals the true value of life in Wisconsin
NBC News

Posted Nov 19, 2021 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen discusses the alleged conspiracy to fix the price of chicken
BYU Radio

Posted Nov 19, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn discusses what a mistrial in the Rittenhouse case would mean
USA Today

Posted Nov 19, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross describes how dual mistrial motions could impact Rittenhouse verdict
WUWM 89.7 FM

Posted Nov 19, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross on why Rittenhouse is likely to be acquitted " and why the law on self-defense must change
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Nov 19, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn on what can be deduced from the length of jury deliberations in the Rittenhouse case
The New York Times

Posted Nov 19, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn explains how the Rittenhouse jury was narrowed
The Washington Post

Posted Nov 18, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses Rittenhouse mistrial motion
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Nov 18, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn discusses societal implications if jury acquits Rittenhouse
WUWM 89.7 FM

Posted Nov 18, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright comments on race in Rittenhouse trial
Politico

Posted Nov 18, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross discusses Kyle Rittenhouse's testimony
Bloomberg Law

Posted Nov 18, 2021 by Law School News

Dan Tokaji named among most-cited election law faculty in the U.S.
Election Law Blog

Posted Nov 18, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright comments on judge in Rittenhouse trial
NBC News

Posted Nov 17, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn discusses legal, cultural significance of Rittenhouse trial
CNN

Posted Nov 17, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross discusses what takes place in jury room amid Rittenhouse trial
TMJ4

Posted Nov 17, 2021 by Law School News

Rittenhouse case, Arbery trial reflect deepening political and racial divides; Steven Wright comments
USA Today

Posted Nov 17, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn explains charges, jury's process in Rittenhouse trial
Fox6 News

Posted Nov 16, 2021 by Law School News

Judge dismisses gun charge against Kyle Rittenhouse; John Gross comments
Chicago Tribune

Posted Nov 16, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright on why Kyle Rittenhouse no longer faces a gun possession charge
The New York Times

Posted Nov 16, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross: Gun charge dropped in Rittenhouse trial is result of poorly worded law
Reuters

Posted Nov 16, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley on what makes Rittenhouse case so complicated
NPR

Posted Nov 15, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses Rittenhouse judge's courtroom comments
NPR

Posted Nov 15, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright discusses Rittenhouse trial; closing arguments set to begin Monday
CBS News

Posted Nov 12, 2021 by Law School News

Updated: UW Law experts provide context on criminal law during Kyle Rittenhouse trial

The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, the armed Illinois teenager who killed two people and wounded another during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has captured the nation’s attention and garnered extensive media coverage. Experts from the Univers ...

Posted Nov 12, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright discusses Rittenhouse trial judge's comments
AP News

Posted Nov 12, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright comments on Rittenhouse trial judge
The New York Times

Posted Nov 12, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses 'Plea Bargaining in the Shadow of a Retrial: Bargaining Away Innocence'
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Nov 12, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright comments on Rittenhouse's emotional display
NBC News

Posted Nov 12, 2021 by Law School News

Rittenhouse defense asks for mistrial: John Gross comments
WKOW

Posted Nov 11, 2021 by Law School News

Wisconsin Law in Action podcast featuring David Trubek, Richard Abel
Wisconsin Law in Action Podcast

Posted Nov 11, 2021 by Law School News

Lanny Glinberg, Ion Meyn comment on Rittenhouse trial
Wisconsin Examiner

Posted Nov 11, 2021 by Law School News

Kyle Rittenhouse; hero or vigilante: Steven Wright weighs in
Bloomberg Law

Posted Nov 11, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley comments on Rittenhouse trial
The Washington Post

Posted Nov 9, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses use of force in Rittenhouse trial
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Nov 8, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn reviews testimony, previews upcoming week of Rittenhouse trial
Fox News Milwaukee 

Posted Nov 8, 2021 by Law School News

Anuj Desai comments on coupon book-spread conspiracies
The Daily Beast

Posted Nov 8, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley named Lifetime Innovator by the State Bar of Wisconsin
The State Bar of Wisconsin

Posted Nov 4, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele, John Gross comment on Rittenhouse trial
CNN

Posted Nov 3, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses Rittenhouse judge, boundaries for language in court
NBC News

Posted Nov 2, 2021 by Law School News

Jonathan Scharrer reflects on local restorative justice icon's legacy, impact
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Nov 2, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley on why those shot by Rittenhouse can't be called "victims" at trial
CBS News

Posted Nov 1, 2021 by Law School News

Lanny Glinberg comments on use of language in Rittenhouse trial
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Nov 1, 2021 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen comments on chicken execs who face prison in price-fixing trial
Bloomberg

Posted Nov 1, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright comments on Kyle Rittenhouse trial
The New York Times

Posted Nov 1, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele comments on Kyle Rittenhouse trial
The Wall Street Journal

Posted Oct 29, 2021 by Law School News

Heinz Klug discusses the constitutional process in South Africa
La Tercera

Posted Oct 28, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley comments on debate over terms in Rittenhouse trial
The New York Times

Posted Oct 28, 2021 by Law School News

Franciska Coleman comments on cancel culture
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Oct 25, 2021 by Law School News

Robert Yablon comments on Wisconsin's redistricting battle
The Cap Times

Posted Oct 22, 2021 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter discusses: Is the Supreme Court too political?
WBUR

Posted Oct 15, 2021 by Law School News

Margaret Raymond: Being first is a privilege, and it comes with a responsibility
Wisconsin Lawyer

Posted Oct 15, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley: Missed police killings prove we must address systemic bias in forensic science
The Washington Post

Posted Oct 15, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright weighs in on Dorland v. Larson
Literary Hub

Posted Oct 12, 2021 by Law School News

UW Law School launches new fund to expand faculty and enhance scholarly impact

The University of Wisconsin Law School has created a $1 million Faculty Recruitment and Retention Fund. The fund will help UW Law expand its tenure-track faculty from 29 to 35 people over the next five years, a planned increase of over 20%.  ...

Posted Oct 7, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn discusses: Police do not belong in schools
WORT

Posted Oct 7, 2021 by Law School News

Erin Barbato discusses efforts to assist Afghan refugees at Fort McCoy
Channel 3000

Posted Oct 6, 2021 by Law School News

Steph Tai responds: Could fossil fuel companies be tried for crimes against humanity?
Gizmodo

Posted Oct 5, 2021 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter discusses state and local government law, projects
Digging a Hole: The Legal Theory Podcast

Posted Oct 1, 2021 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes discusses targeted repression against Muslims in the U.S.
Common Dreams

Posted Sep 30, 2021 by Law School News

Erin Barbato discusses legal aid for Afghan refugees
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Sep 20, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses 'One Year Later: How Is Local Law Enforcement Evolving?'
Cap Times Ideas Fest

Posted Sep 17, 2021 by Law School News

Mitra Sharafi discusses anti-abortion laws and forensics in colonial India

Mitra Sharafi , a legal historian of modern South Asia, was recently featured on The Swaddle podcast, discussing why the anti-abortion law was poorly enforced in colonial India, and how forensics took shape at the time. Listen to the ...

The Swaddle

Posted Sep 17, 2021 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes discusses understanding Sharia amid the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan
WUWM

Posted Sep 16, 2021 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes: American Muslims look for hope, not hate twenty years after 9/11
Thomson Reuters Foundation News

Posted Sep 13, 2021 by Law School News

Video: Alexandra Huneeus nominated as candidate for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Posted Sep 10, 2021 by Law School News

Erin Barbato: Refugees need legal support, mental health services
Chicago Tribune

Posted Sep 10, 2021 by Law School News

Heinz Klug discusses path from ANC underground to law professor
Higher Education Today

Posted Sep 8, 2021 by Law School News

New faculty focus: Stephanie Holmes Didwania

The University of Wisconsin Law School has strengthened its law faculty with the hire of Stephanie Holmes Didwania, who joins in a long tradition of excellence in research and teaching. Learn more about Stephanie in the faculty profile below. ...

Posted Aug 30, 2021 by Law School News

New faculty focus: Nate Atkinson

The University of Wisconsin Law School has strengthened its law faculty with the hire of Nate Atkinson, who joins in a long tradition of excellence in research and teaching. Learn more about Nate in the faculty profile below. Nate Atkinson: ...

Posted Aug 30, 2021 by Law School News

Mark Sidel publishes commentary on China's use of restrictive legislation in the early months of COVID-19
The China NGO Project

Posted Aug 25, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright comments on the Huber's suit against the City of Kenosha
Washington Post

Posted Aug 19, 2021 by Law School News

Forthcoming article by Yaron Nili discussed
MarketWatch

Posted Aug 17, 2021 by Law School News

Nina Varsava discusses fractured Supreme Court opinions in light of Marks v. United States
'Dissenting Opinions'

Posted Aug 12, 2021 by Law School News

Steph Tai discusses Biden's call for electrified auto future
WPR

Posted Aug 12, 2021 by Law School News

Tonya Brito awarded grant to support project on 'Race, Class and Gender Inequity and Access to Justice'

Tonya Brito , Burrus-Bascom Professor of Law, was awarded an Understanding and Reducing Inequalities Initiative Program Research Grant from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. As the principal investigator, Brito will launch “Race, Cl ...

Posted Aug 5, 2021 by Law School News

Ryan Poe-Gavlinski discusses proposal for lifetime restraining orders to protect sexual assault survivors
WPR

Posted Jul 30, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses accessing police body-worn camera footage in Wisconsin
TMJ4

Posted Jul 29, 2021 by Law School News

Tonya Brito hosts discussion on how tenants' right to counsel could reduce evictions
WORT

Posted Jul 26, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses an Outagamie County judge controlling defendants after sentencing
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jul 21, 2021 by Law School News

Dean Dan Tokaji testified on the Elections Clause

Law School Dean Dan Tokaji testified during a Congressional Hearing on the Elections Clause before the House Administration Committee.

House Administration Committee

Posted Jul 14, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses police body-worn cameras

Keith Findley discusses what separates an effective body-worn camera program from one that could cause harm to the community.

The Capital Times

Posted Jul 8, 2021 by Law School News

Wisconsin Idea Grant helps create Center for DREAMers at UW

The Center for DREAMers will provide legal services, mental health services and career and educational counseling to students with DACA who are currently or have dreams of pursuing higher education. Through the Center, Erin Barbato , who&n ...

Channel 3000

Posted Jul 8, 2021 by Law School News

Nina Varsava discusses professional irresponsibility and judicial opinions

Nina Varsava discusses professional irresponsibility and judicial opinions and the forthcoming article "Professional Irresponsibility and Judicial Opinions" on Houston Law Review's "Emphasis Added." 

Emphasis Added

Posted Jul 1, 2021 by Law School News

UW Law School Clinical Professor Erin Barbato receives grant to launch Center for DREAMers

The UW Law School will launch a new center to support Wisconsin’s DREAMers, an all-encompassing term describing individuals who have lived in the United States without official lawful status since coming to the country as a minor. The Cent ...

Posted Jun 29, 2021 by Law School News

Ryan Poe-Gavlinski discusses ramifications of delayed criminal proceedings on a victim of sexual assault

Ryan Poe-Gavlinski was interviewed by Elizabeth Wadas with NBC15 about the ramifications of delayed criminal proceedings on a victim of a sexual assault, particularly a minor. 

NBC15

Posted Jun 29, 2021 by Law School News

Asifa Quraishi-Landes named an interim co-executive director of Muslim Advocates

Farhana Khera steps down as President of Muslim Advocates after 16 years of service. Farah Brelvi and Asifa Quraishi-Landes will join the staff of Muslim Advocates as interim co-executive directors while a national search is conducted.

Muslim Advocates

Posted Jun 22, 2021 by Law School News

Miriam Seifter discusses the power of governors

Miriam Seifter discusses how powerful governors should be and the history behind their growth in power leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Economist

Posted Jun 21, 2021 by Law School News

UW Law School receives grant to launch Center for DREAMers

The UW Law School will launch a new center to support Wisconsin’s DREAMers, individuals who have lived in the U.S. without official authorization since coming to the country as a minor. The Center for DREAMers was awarded a grant through t ...

UW-Madison News

Posted Jun 17, 2021 by Law School News

Anuj Desai discusses key questions for libel in Wisconsin newspaper lawsuit
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jun 14, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn on the invisible rules that govern police use of force
Lawfare

Posted Jun 10, 2021 by Law School News

Lanny Glinberg discusses 'progressive prosecutors' and the criminal justice system
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Jun 7, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley: New research shows prosecutors often fight winning innocence claims, offer deals to keep convictions
KARE 11 TV

Posted Jun 7, 2021 by Law School News

UW law School mourns the loss of Emeritus Professor Michael Smith

Posted Jun 4, 2021 by Law School News

Professors Mertz, Klug emphasize law-in-action and interdisciplinary, empirical study of law in new book

Wisconsin’s roots in the law-in-action tradition run deep, and the new Research Handbook on Modern Legal Realism could help that philosophy branch out at other law schools. Edward Elgar Publishing approached Beth Mertz, the John and Ryl ...

Posted May 28, 2021 by Law School News

Sumudu Atapattu's new book examines intersectional nature of environmental injustice

The fate of climate refugees whose homes will be lost to rising seas. Courts granting rivers legal personhood. Constitutions proclaiming the right to a healthy environment. As climate change continues to shape our planet’s present and fu ...

Posted May 28, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross: Why do police keep shooting into moving cars?
The Atlantic

Posted May 27, 2021 by Law School News

Louise Trubek honored for contributions to Law & Society Association with Legacy Award
Law & Society Association

Posted May 20, 2021 by Law School News

Joshua Braver: The Justice Department Shouldn't Open the Pandora's Box of Seditious Conspiracy
Lawfare

Posted May 6, 2021 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele's revocation research cited in op-ed
Wisconsin State Journal

Posted May 3, 2021 by Law School News

Nili's paper "Shadow Governance" is top 10 best in corporate and securities law for 2020

University of Wisconsin Law School Professor Yaron Nili’s article “Shadow Governance ,” co-authored with Prof. Cathy Hwang and published in the California Law Review, was named as one of Corporate Practice Commentator ’s ...

Posted Apr 29, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley comments on Chauvin verdict
Washington Post

Posted Apr 23, 2021 by Law School News

Nina Varsava's work on professional responsibility and judicial opinions highlighted
Westlaw

Posted Apr 22, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn discusses Chauvin verdict
Fox6

Posted Apr 22, 2021 by Law School News

Statement of Dean Dan Tokaji on the Verdict in the Trial of Derek Chauvin for the Murder of George Floyd

Dear UW Law Students, Staff, and Faculty, The jury has now issued its verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin for killing George Floyd, finding the defendant guilty on all counts, including murder. I hope that this verdict brings some degree of ...

Posted Apr 21, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley: Jury can't hold decision not to testify against Chauvin
WKOW

Posted Apr 19, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright: Voter suppression bills are the first move in a bigger battle
The Hill

Posted Apr 19, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses police-worn body cameras
Inside Track

Posted Apr 15, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley discusses police searches of cellphone data
Courthouse News Service

Posted Apr 15, 2021 by Law School News

Ard, Barbato, and Collins Named UW Law School Teachers of the Year

Each spring, UW Law School celebrates excellence in teaching through its Teacher of the Year awards. UW Law School’s annual teaching awards demonstrate the value placed on excellent teaching. Our faculty engage and inspire UW Law students ...

Posted Apr 15, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright comments on manslaughter charges for Minnesota officer who killed Daunte Wright
New York Times

Posted Apr 15, 2021 by Law School News

UW law School mourns the loss of Professor Trina Tinglum

Posted Apr 6, 2021 by Law School News

Erin Barbato: People who are seeking asylum don't have time to wait
Wisconsin Examiner

Posted Mar 29, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn: What's behind 2020 declines in Wisconsin jail and prison inmate numbers?
WPR

Posted Mar 29, 2021 by Law School News

Erin Barbato on tensions at the U.S.-Mexico border
PBS Wisconsin

Posted Mar 29, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross comments on public defender shortage in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Mar 23, 2021 by Law School News

Alta Charo named to the board of directors of the Allen Institute
Allen Institute

Posted Mar 23, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright: House bill does little to protect our local elections
The Hill

Posted Mar 23, 2021 by Karen Koethe

Steph Tai discusses recent Faculty Senate fossil fuel divestment resolution
Badger Herald

Posted Mar 18, 2021 by Law School News

Statement to the UW Law Community on the Georgia Shootings

Statement to the UW Law Community on the Georgia Shootings from Dean Tokaji Like many of you, I am heartbroken by the murders in the Atlanta area on Tuesday evening. I share the sentiments expressed by campus leadership mourning these de ...

Posted Mar 18, 2021 by Law School News

Alexandra Huneeus: The end approaches for Chile's military-era constitution
Washington Post

Posted Mar 18, 2021 by Karen Koethe

Daniel Tokaji comments on the Supreme Court's Voting Rights Act
Washington Post

Posted Mar 16, 2021 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen: "Paltry Poultry Settlements and a Paralyzed Public Interest Protection"
ProMarket

Posted Mar 12, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross comments on 'spark of life' doctrine
AP News

Posted Mar 12, 2021 by Law School News

Manjiao Chi appointed 2021 James B. MacDonald Visiting Professor with East Asian Legal Studies Center

The East Asian Legal Studies Center is pleased to announce that Manjiao Chi has been appointed 2021 James B. MacDonald Visiting Professor.  The professorship was established in 1995 in honor of UW Law Professor James B. MacDonald ...

Posted Mar 4, 2021 by Law School News

Steph Tai: Biden administration signals early commitment to enforcing environmental laws
Wisconsin Law Journal

Posted Mar 2, 2021 by Law School News

Dean Tokaji: Voting Rights in spotlight as Supreme Court considers Arizona election rules
Wall Street Journal

Posted Mar 2, 2021 by Law School News

R. Alta Charo joins NTI as inaugural David A. Hamburg distinguished fellow
NTI Newsroom

Posted Mar 1, 2021 by Law School News

Ion Meyn discusses Milwaukee Police Department misconduct settlements
Fox 6

Posted Feb 25, 2021 by Law School News

Steven Wright's 'The Coyotes of Carthage' depicts realities of race, money and politics
UW Madison News

Posted Feb 18, 2021 by Law School News

John Gross: Prison walls can't stop COVID-19; vaccinating prisoners makes everyone safer
The Cap Times

Posted Feb 15, 2021 by Law School News

Joshua Braver discusses court packing
SCOTUSBlog

Posted Feb 9, 2021 by Law School News

Erin Barbato: If you're a solo parent traveling internationally with your kids, be ready for this question
Washington Post

Posted Feb 9, 2021 by Law School News

Keith Findley: Prosecutors, defense attorneys quarrel over Kyle Rittenhouse's location
Chron

Posted Feb 8, 2021 by Law School News

Steph Tai discusses legal pathway for Evers administration to sue over PFAS
Spectrum News 1

Posted Feb 8, 2021 by Law School News

Megan McDermott recognized for excellence in virtual instruction

Posted Feb 5, 2021 by Law School News

Steph Tai discusses the Biden administration's environmental plans and policies
WPR

Posted Feb 4, 2021 by Law School News

Steph Tai: The oil pipeline battle no one is talking about
Vice

Posted Feb 4, 2021 by Law School News

Erin Barbato discusses immigration under the Biden administration
WPR

Posted Feb 4, 2021 by Law School News

 Peter Carstensen discusses price-fixing settlements in meat industry 
St. Louis Public Radio

Posted Feb 4, 2021 by Law School News

Mitch discusses federal eviction moratorium extension
WPR

Posted Feb 2, 2021 by Law School News


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