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UW Law students inspired to help immigrant families held in detention


The Capital Times

Posted Aug 3, 2015 by Law School News

Rules for fetal tissue research have long been in place, says Alta Charo

On NPR and elsewhere, Professor Alta Charo discussed federal regulations regarding fetal-tissue donations for medical research. News agencies sought out Charo's expertise after a controversial undercover video surfaced in July. "There are s ...

Posted Jul 31, 2015 by Law School News

Wisconsin Innocence Project exoneree rebuilds life after wrongful conviction


Appleton Post-Crescent

Posted Jul 29, 2015 by Law School News

Brad Snyder discusses legacy of Curt Flood, who sued MLB over free agency


ESPN

Posted Jul 27, 2015 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen discusses expanded antitrust litigation against dairy cooperatives


Capital Press

Posted Jul 21, 2015 by Law School News

Brad Snyder: More than 60 years after Ethel Rosenberg's execution, unsealed testimony throws doubt on her conviction


The Australian

Posted Jul 16, 2015 by Law School News

Thomas Mitchell works to protect families owning heirs property


Stateline

Posted Jul 15, 2015 by Law School News

Marsha Mansfield discusses a judge's decision to jail three siblings for refusing to visit their father


The Guardian

Posted Jul 13, 2015 by Law School News

Sarah Orr: Payday lender provision would undermine state's consumer protection efforts


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jul 10, 2015 by Law School News

Alzheimer's data lawsuit raises questions over research ownership; Pilar Ossorio comments


Nature

Posted Jul 9, 2015 by Law School News

Gwendolyn Leachman discusses laws on sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace


PolitiFact

Posted Jul 9, 2015 by Law School News

Mitra Sharafi: Snoop Dogg feels the bite of Parsi legal culture


Scroll.in

Posted Jul 6, 2015 by Karen Koethe

Carrie Sperling discusses new trial for Wisconsin Innocence Project client


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jul 6, 2015 by Karen Koethe

Cristina Borde discusses tunnel vision and wrongful convictions


Drew Mariani Show

Posted Jul 6, 2015 by Karen Koethe

Plenty of work remains on LGBT rights, says Gwendolyn Leachman


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jun 30, 2015 by Law School News

Wisconsin Innocence Project client's conviction vacated based on newly-discovered DNA evidence


The Journal Times

Posted Jun 30, 2015 by Law School News

Brad Snyder weighs in on Curt Flood's historic Supreme Court challenge to MLB reserve clause

Brad SnyderEmail: bsnyder2@wisc.eduPublication or Broadcast: ESPN's Outside the Lines Website: http://youtu.be/VHUvAdwm9f8Background Info: Brad Snyder was on ESPN's Outside the Lines on April 26 to discuss the legacy of Curt Flood and his lawsui ...


ESPN

Posted Jun 29, 2015 by Law School News

Ralph Cagle '74 begins term as 60th president of the State Bar of Wisconsin


Wisbar

Posted Jun 26, 2015 by Law School News

Lisa Alexander discusses Supreme Court ruling on Fair Housing Act


KCRW

Posted Jun 25, 2015 by Karen Koethe

Thomas Mitchell discusses property law and African-American land loss

Professor Thomas Mitchell discusses the history of African-American property loss and current efforts to preserve property that African-Americans still own. The interview was broadcast out of Washington, D.C., on WPFW-Radio 's program "To Heal D ...


WPFW-Radio

Posted Jun 24, 2015 by Law School News

Brad Snyder discusses potential implications from Tom Brady's 'Deflategate' appeal hearing


The Wall Street Journal

Posted Jun 24, 2015 by Law School News

Kevin Schulz '99: Major deals drive Foley sports attorney


Milwaukee Business Journal

Posted Jun 24, 2015 by Karen Koethe

Peter Carstensen discusses $25 million antitrust settlement in potato growers case


Capital Press

Posted Jun 22, 2015 by Law School News

What to do with unused embryos? Alta Charo weighs in


The New York Times

Posted Jun 17, 2015 by Law School News

Jason Yackee discusses lawsuit provisions in stalled fast-track trade bills


The New Yorker

Posted Jun 16, 2015 by Law School News

Keith Findley: Pressure to solve cases quickly can lead police and prosecutors to bend the rules


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted Jun 15, 2015 by Law School News

Peter Carstensen discusses proposed Monsanto-Syngenta merger


Capital Press

Posted Jun 15, 2015 by Law School News

Problem-oriented policing, an approach developed by Herman Goldstein, is working in Cincinnati


The Atlantic

Posted Jun 9, 2015 by Law School News

Jonathan Scharrer discusses new South Side community court, aimed at keeping youth offenders out of traditional court system


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted Jun 8, 2015 by Law School News

Room for Debate: Alta Charo and Pilar Ossorio on the ethical use of science


The New York Times

Posted May 28, 2015 by Law School News

Louise Trubek's 1959 contraception case against the state hinged on equality rather than privacy


The New Yorker

Posted May 27, 2015 by Law School News

Science on shaken baby diagnoses is changing, says Keith Findley


Boston Globe

Posted May 26, 2015 by Law School News

Former Wisconsin Innocence Project client graduates from Loyola Law School


ABA Journal

Posted May 26, 2015 by Law School News

Wisconsin Innocence Project takes on 2007 shaken baby case; Carrie Sperling comments


Monroe Times

Posted May 26, 2015 by Law School News

Walter Dickey discusses use of biographical video in sentencing phase of trials


The New York Times

Posted May 26, 2015 by Law School News

Brad Snyder: Supreme Court should heed John Paul Stevens's criticism of baseball antitrust exemption


The National Law Journal

Posted May 20, 2015 by Law School News

Steven Wright: What a civil suit would mean for Tony Robinson's family


WKOW-TV

Posted May 14, 2015 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses Tony Robinson decision


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted May 13, 2015 by Law School News

Brad Snyder discusses circumstantial evidence in 'Deflategate'


Washington Post

Posted May 12, 2015 by Law School News

Steven Wright: civil suit, civil rights investigation possible following Tony Robinson decision


WKOW-TV

Posted May 12, 2015 by Law School News

Law students educate public on officer-involved deaths


Channel 3000

Posted May 12, 2015 by Law School News

Shubha Ghosh comments on UW Regents' move to trademark 'Wisconsin Idea'


WORT-FM

Posted May 7, 2015 by Law School News

David Schultz discusses state and city policies on use of deadly force


Wisconsin State Journal

Posted May 7, 2015 by Law School News

District Attorney John Chisholm '94 takes on criminal justice reform in Milwaukee


The New Yorker

Posted May 7, 2015 by Law School News

Cecelia Klingele discusses Wisconsin's compensation for court-appointed counsel, the lowest in the country


The Badger Herald

Posted May 5, 2015 by Law School News

Alta Charo weighs in on the gene editing debate


Science Friday

Posted May 4, 2015 by Law School News

Anuj Desai discusses how identity theft laws can hold online impersonators accountable


Fox 6

Posted May 1, 2015 by Law School News

Julia Sherman discusses Wisconsin's high binge drinking rates


Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted May 1, 2015 by Law School News

Wendy Ward '01 argues before U.S. Supreme Court on use of force on jail prisoners


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Apr 30, 2015 by Law School News

State laws addressing frozen embryo disputes vary, says Alta Charo


The New Yorker

Posted Apr 29, 2015 by Law School News


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