Media Central is the repository for the podcasts and videos of many of the lectures and events that occur each week at the UW Law School.
Ideas And Innovation Media Files
Harry First, Charles L. Denison Professor of Law and Director, Trade Regulation Program New York University School of Law
UW Law Professor Shubha Ghosh discusses his recent work.
Heinz Klug, Evjue-Bascom Professor in Law, H. I. Romnes Faculty Fellow, and Director, Global Legal Studies Center, University of Wisconsin Law School
Cary Coglianese of the University of Pennsylvania Law School discusses a case study in new regulatory governance.
Marc Galanter discusses his recent research on The Second Transformation of the Big Law Firm.
Kathryn Hendley, Associate Dean and Professor of Law and Political Science, discusses her work. How do Russians respond when a dispute arises? The media would have us believe that few use law to resolve disputes. Instead, common wisdom suggests that most either do nothing or resort to various self-help remedies (including the mafia). Yet court statistics show that litigation is becoming more common in Russia. In an effort to better understand how Russians respond to disputes, Hendley conducted a series of focus groups and follow-up interviews in Moscow and Saratov during the summer of 2007. In this talk, she will present some preliminary reflections on that research.
Asifa Quraishi, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, discusses her work.
Jane Larson, Voss-Bascom Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, discusses her work.
John A. Lovett, Associate Professor, Loyola University New Orleans
William Simon, Levitt Professor of Law, Columbia Law School