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Anuj Desai Confirmed by Senate as a Commissioner on the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission

Posted Mar 30, 2012 by Law School News

Five UW Law Students Selected to be Presidential Management Fellows

Five UW Law students have been selected to be Presidential Management Fellows. Presidential Management Fellows work throughout the executive branch, in departments as diverse as Veterans Affairs and Health & Human Services. This year the ...

Posted Mar 28, 2012 by Law School News

Spring Alumni Events

Posted Mar 17, 2012 by Law School News

26th Annual Coming Together of the Peoples Conference

The Indigenous Law Students Association (ILSA) will host its 26th annual Coming Together of the Peoples Conference March 23-24 in Union South at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. ILSA exists to provide an organization and forum for Unive ...

Posted Mar 16, 2012 by Law School News

Wisconsin Law Review Elects Senior Board for 2012-13

The Wisconsin Law Review has elected next year’s Senior Board: Editor-in-Chief: Brian J. BohlSenior Note & Comment Editor: Monica MarkSenior Articles Editor: Alisha McKaySenior Managing Editors: Alex Brousseau, Kelley Daugherty, & Sp ...

Posted Mar 13, 2012 by Law School News

Melissa Holds the Enemy '10 Honored with Forward Under 40 Award from the Wisconsin Alumni Association

Posted Mar 12, 2012 by Law School News

Global Policy TV Spotlight Profiles Thomas Mitchell


Global Policy TV

Posted Mar 5, 2012 by Law School News

Keith Findley and Chris Ochoa '06 Discuss Bill that Boosts State's Payout and Services to Wrongly Convicted


NBC 15

Posted Mar 5, 2012 by Law School News

Law School Establishes $2.5 Million Fund in Honor of Alumnus

Exelon Corporation is marking the upcoming retirement of CEO and University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate John Rowe with a $500,000 gift to the Law School. Exelon made a separate, $2 million gift in late 2011 that created the Exelon Co ...

Posted Mar 1, 2012 by Law School News

April 21: 43rd Annual LEO Banquet

Posted Feb 23, 2012 by Law School News

April 27: Thomas E. Fairchild Lecture "Inequality, Individualized Risk, and Insecurity"

Posted Feb 21, 2012 by Law School News

Andrew Adams III '06 Confirmed as a Justice for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Supreme Court


Tribal Town Radio

Posted Feb 17, 2012 by Law School News

Professor Mitch and Group of Alumni Provide Testimony, Resources for Proposed Changes to Rental Housing Law

Clinical Assistant Professor Mitch , with UW Law School alumni Robert Andersen ’69, David Sparer ’79, Brenda Konkel ’93 and Tony Gibart ’09, presented testimony on February 15, 2012, regarding proposed changes to rental housing law that ...

Posted Feb 17, 2012 by Law School News

Jonathan Lipson discusses Milwaukee archdiocese court battle


Reuters

Posted Feb 13, 2012 by Law School News

Bowman '72 reflects on Green Bay Packers career, picketing for the players union, and law school


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted Jan 27, 2012 by Law School News

Charles Senn '80 Becomes Front-line Disaster Relief Lawyer for FEMA


State Bar of Wisconsin

Posted Dec 7, 2011 by UW Law News

Civil Rights Pioneer Vel Phillips '51 Honored as Trailblazer at LEO Fall Reception

Vel Phillips, civil rights pioneer and community activist, was honored October 26 at the Fall LEO Reception as the first inductee into the UW Law School Trailblazer Walkway. The walkway recognizes those who have made signifi ...

Posted Nov 21, 2011 by UW Law News

Erlanger, Shear Named UW Law School Teachers of the Year

Two individuals have been honored by the Wisconsin Law Alumni Association (WLAA) with the 2011 "Teacher of the Year" awards in recognition of outstanding classroom instruction at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Howard Erlanger was chose ...

Posted Oct 25, 2011 by UW Law News

Civil Rights Pioneer Vel Phillips '51 Honored as Trailblazer at LEO Fall Reception

Vel Phillips, civil rights pioneer and community activist, will be the honored guest at the October 26 Fall LEO Reception as the first inductee into the UW Law School Trailblazer Walkway. The purpose of the walkway is to honor those w ...

Posted Oct 21, 2011 by UW Law News

Chris Ochoa '06 reflects on help from Wisconsin Innocence Project


Daily Cardinal

Posted Sep 26, 2011 by Law School News

Jamie Yoon 3L Awarded Mettner Foundation Scholarship

First Joseph P. Mettner Foundation Scholarship Awarded    The Joseph P. Mettner Foundation awarded their first scholarship to University of Wisconsin Law School student Jamie Yoon. The foundation was established last year to ...

Posted Sep 22, 2011 by Law School News

UW Law Alumni Magazine 'Gargoyle' Now Available

The UW Law School is pleased to announce the publication of its fall 2011 alumni magazine, Gargoyle . The fall issue profiles new additions to the faculty and academic departments and reports on alumni accomplishments. It also introdu ...

Posted Aug 29, 2011 by UW Law News

Ryan Owens '01 Wins Best Paper Award at Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting

Ryan Owens , an affiliate faculty member and 2001 graduate of UW Law School, won the Pi Sigma Alpha Award for the best paper presented at the 2011 Southern Political Science Association annual meeting. Owens' paper is titled "Picking an Unsettle ...

Posted Aug 26, 2011 by UW Law News

Jan. 5: Washington D.C. Alumni, UW Faculty, and Friends Reception

Posted Jul 27, 2011 by Law School News

Prosecutors, police, defense attorneys join Wisconsin Innocence Project's new advisory board

The Wisconsin Innocence Project , a legal education and advocacy project at the University of Wisconsin Law School's Frank J. Remington Center , today announced the formation of a new advisory board. The board will advise the Wisconsin Innoce ...

Posted Jul 13, 2011 by Law School News

Robert W. Kastenmeier '52 to Receive Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree

Robert W. Kastenmeier '52 has been selected to receive an honorary doctor of laws degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's May 13 spring commencement ceremony. Kastenmeier served with great distinction in the United States Congr ...

Posted May 12, 2011 by UW Law News

Madison Magazine Profiles Nia Enemuoh-Trammell '98

In a recent article , Madison Magazine spoke with UW Law Alum Nia Enemuoh-Trammell about her experiences working in the public sector. Enemuoh-Trammell is an administrative law judge for Wisconsin Workers Compensation, the nation's first comp ...

Posted Apr 27, 2011 by UW Law News

Reunion Renews Commitment to William H. Hastie Fellowship Legacy

Established in 1973, the William H. Hastie Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for nontraditional lawyers to prepare for a career in law teaching. On April 15-16, past and present Hastie Fellows gathered at UW Law School for a ...

Posted Apr 21, 2011 by UW Law News

William H. Hastie Fellowship Reunion April 15

The Hastie Committee and the University of Wisconsin Law School are sponsoring a reunion of William H. Hastie Fellows currently in various professional legal positions across the country. All former and current Hastie Fellows are invited to part ...

Posted Apr 13, 2011 by UW Law News

2011 LEO Banquet and Peoples Conference Highlight Alumni Accomplishments

Panelists D. Michael McBride, Dawn Baum, Kevin Wadzinski Spanning a single weekend, the Coming Together of the Peoples Conference and the LEO Banquet brought together UW Law School students, faculty and alums from around the count ...

Posted Apr 1, 2011 by UW Law News

UW Law Alum Nathan Feinsinger '26 Key in Setting Midwest as Focal Point for NFL Legal Cases

For nearly 40 years, NFL legal battles have been largely fought in Minneapolis federal court. According to a recent New York Times article , this choice of location was determined decades ago by UW Law alum Nathan Feingsinger . Feingsinger, wh ...

Posted Mar 15, 2011 by UW Law News

UW Law Alumna Fran Ulmer '72 Tapped to Chair Arctic Research Commission

UW Law alumna Fran Ulmer has been nominated by President Obama to chair the Arctic Research Commission. Ulmer, who also earned her B.A. in Economics from the UW-Madison, is Chancellor of the University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska's largest publi ...

Posted Mar 14, 2011 by UW Law News

Foundation, Scholarship Honor Life of UW Alum Joseph P. Mettner JD '92

The Joseph P. Mettner Foundation has announced its first annual Joseph P. Mettner Scholarship, a $10,000 award open to students at the University of Wisconsin Law School who are pursuing a career in public service. Joseph P. Mettner received hi ...

Posted Mar 8, 2011 by UW Law News

Thomas Mitchell Plays Key Role in ABA Adoption of New Model for Family Property

ABA Adopts Act Recently, the American Bar Association approved a model law called the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act. After decades of stories about families forced to sell long-held property at lower-than-market prices as a result of t ...

Posted Mar 1, 2011 by UW Law News

Leticia Smith-Evans '03 Honored in UW Alumni Association Forward Under 40

Adapted from the Forward under Forty website. To view the entire article, click here . Leticia Smith-Evans ‘03 is a 2011 recipient of the UW “Forward Under 40” award. This award celebrates UW graduates under the age of 40 wh ...

Posted Feb 28, 2011 by UW Law News

Wisconsin Alum Jay Himes Named Chair of New York State Bar Association's Antitrust Section

Jay L. Himes of New York is the new chair of the 534-member Antitrust Law Section of the New York State Bar Association.Himes is a partner at Labaton Sucharow LLP, where he co-chairs the firm’s antitrust practice group. Prior to this position, ...

Posted Jan 26, 2011 by UW Law News

WPR talks with Emerson about drunken driving in Wisconsin

Once again, a study finds that Wisconsin has the nation's highest rate of drunken driving. And once again, Wisconsin Public Radio looks to the UW Law School's Nina Emerson '92 for expert commentary. Emerson, the Director of the Resource Center ...

Posted Dec 17, 2010 by UW Law School News

Chicago Tribune talks to Lipson about parent company's bankruptcy

While the Tribune Co.'s creditors fight over the company's bankruptcy, the Chicago Tribune's reporters looked to UW Law professor Jonathan Lipson B.A. '86, J.D. '90 to help explain the complicated situation. Among the more contentious issues in ...

Posted Dec 14, 2010 by UW Law School News

Restorative Justice Project featured in On Wisconsin magazine

For many in the criminal justice system, the last-ever meeting between victim and offender will take place in the courtroom. But a clinical program in the UW Law School works to extend victim-offender contact and communication for positive ends. ...

Posted Nov 15, 2010 by UW Law School News

Nicholas Flanagan '11 wins Leonard Loeb Family Law Scholarship

A committee of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers has selected Nicholas Flanagan '11 as the 2010 recipient of the Leonard Loeb Family Law Scholarship. Flanagan, who receives $5,000 as the scholarship recipient, is a senior board me ...

Posted Nov 1, 2010 by UW Law School News

UW Law alumnae featured in Oprah magazine

Two UW Law School alumnae are featured in "O, The Oprah Magazine " for their unconventional community service organization. Pamela Hart '02 and Megan Senatori '01 founded Sheltering Animals of Abuse Victims , or SAAV. In the article, Senatori ex ...

Posted Oct 22, 2010 by UW Law School News

Legal publications recognize accomplishments of UW Law grads

A pair of legal publications are shining light on the accomplishments of UW Law School alumni: The Daily Journal in California selected Rahul Kapoor '97 as one of the Top 100 California's Leading Attorneys for 2010 . Kapoor is a partner at Mor ...

Posted Oct 14, 2010 by UW Law School News

UW Law grad among "Native American 40 Under 40"

Donald "Del" Laverdure, a 1999 graduate of the UW Law School and a former William H. Hastie Fellow , has been named to the 2010 Native American 40 Under 40 list by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development . Laverdure is a ...

Posted Oct 11, 2010 by UW Law School News

Lipson interviewed for story on Lehman bankruptcy

When the Wall Street Journal went looking for expert commentary on the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy report, the Journal turned to the UW Law School. Alumnus and Professor Jonathan Lipson (B.A. 1986, J.D. 1990) was quoted in Matt Phillips' articl ...

Posted Sep 21, 2010 by UW Law School News

UW Law School introduces 3 new clinical faculty, 1 new clinic

The University of Wisconsin Law School is proud to announce the addition of three new clinical faculty, and the creation of a new legislative clinic. Kathleen Noonan, Kimberly Alderman, and Adam Stevenson join the UW Law School clinical faculty ...

Posted Aug 16, 2010 by UW Law School News

Klug discusses foreign law in American courts on WPR

Heinz Klug (S.J.D. '97), a Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Research at the UW Law School, was a guest on the August 12th edition of the Wisconsin Public Radio show Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders . With th ...

Posted Aug 13, 2010 by UW Law School News

Lipson, Camic join UW Law School faculty

The University of Wisconsin Law School is pleased to announce the addition of its newest faculty members: Professor Jonathan Lipson, and Assistant Professor Susannah Camic . Professor Lipson will teach courses on contracts, commercial law, a ...

Posted Aug 11, 2010 by UW Law School News

Lichstein Honored as Up and Coming Lawyer

UW Law School's Byron Lichstein has been recognized by the Wisconsin Law Journal as one of 2010's "Up and Coming Lawyers." Lichstein is a 2003 graduate of the UW Law School, where he is a Clinical Associate Professor.  He is Deputy Directo ...

Posted Jul 30, 2010 by UW Law School News

More media for mustard maestro (and UW Law alumnus, adjunct professor)

Alumnus Barry Levenson '74 continues to attract attention to his National Mustard Museum in Middleton, Wisconsin.  National Public Radio featured the Museum in its occasional series on unusual museums.  (For the story, and a link to th ...

Posted Jul 29, 2010 by UW Law School News

Legislature taps into Law School's expertise

The Wisconsin Legislature has tapped four UW Law professors and one of the school's William H. Hastie Fellows to serve on special committees during the 2011-12 legislative session. Clinical Professor Keith Findley and Hastie Fellow Lahny Sil ...

Posted Jul 26, 2010 by UW Law School News


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