Spotlight: Summer Jobs

Lola Bovell We kick off our 2014 Summer Job Series with a profile of Lola Bovell '15. She interned at LatinoJustice, a civil rights nonprofit that provides legal resources to Latinos.

Activities and Scholarship

Keith Findley presented "Shaken Baby Cases: Syndrome or Pseudoscience?" in August. Findley's talk was part of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association series, "Freeing the Innocent in Texas: The Cutting Edge of Theory & Practice."

Susannah Camic Tahk's article "Public Choice Theory & Earmarked Taxes" (forthcoming in 2015 in the Tax Law Review), received a positive review from JOTWELL: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots). Loyola Law School Professor Theodore Seto writes, "Tahk's paper is profoundly innovative and deserves a read."

Thomas Mitchell presented a webinar, "Heirs' Property: Preventing Loss and Promoting Effective Utilization." The webinar was hosted by UW-Madison's Institute for Research on Poverty in August.

Keith Findley reviewed Deborah Tuerkheimer's new book, "Flawed Convictions: 'Shaken Baby Syndrome' and the Inertia of Injustice," published by Oxford University Press. His review, "Shaken Baby Syndrome on Trial" (co-authored with Barry Scheck), appears in the July 2014 issue of the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice Magazine.