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Curriculum Information Panel

   Are you interested in the business, regulatory or policy aspects of law & science?  law & technology?  law & health?  law & the environment?  Then come to an informational panel with some of ...

Posted Apr 2, 2009 by Kevin Kelly, Assistant Dean (Curriculum)

40th Annual LEO Banquet

   Dear Law School Student Community: We are pleased to announce the 40th Annual LEO Banquet . The banquet will be held on April 18, 2009, at the Concourse Hotel.  Cash Bar and Cocktails are from 5:30 - 7:00; Dinner ...

Posted Mar 24, 2009 by Kimberly Frank, Alumni & Student Services Coordinator

Public Defenders and Fair Pay: Removing the Stigma

   A panel discussion presented by PILF as a part of Community Justice Month   Please join us on Wednesday, March 11, from 12-1 pm in Lubar Commons   Professor LaVigne, Professor Kempinen, and one or two local pra ...

Posted Mar 9, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin, roomreservations@law.wisc.edu

Deputy Commissioner Kim Shaul Office of the Commissioner of Insurance

   The Center for Patient Partnerships Interested in learning about insurance law? Interested in health care law and regulation? Interested in understanding how the state regulates and oversees ...

Posted Mar 6, 2009 by

Invitation to the 2009 Fairchild Lecture by Scott Turow

You are cordially invited to attend the 21st Thomas E. Fairchild Lecture “Its Only Words:  Thoughts of a Lawyer & Novelist” by Scott Turow Friday, April 24, 2009 ...

Posted Mar 6, 2009 by Lynn Thompson

WLSA Panel

WLSA will be holding a panel open to all students, staff, and faculty. The panel will be about the challenges women face in the legal field. We have schedulred Prof. Clauss, Prof. Kaiser, and Kristin Davis to speak

Posted Feb 26, 2009 by Kathleen E Croker

The Impact of Gender in Criminal Law from Legislation through Incarceration

Gender and Criminal Justice The Impact of Gender in Criminal Law from Legislation through Incarceration Saturday, March 7th, 2009 10am-4pm University of Wisconsin Law School Lubar Commons- Room 7200 975 Bascom Mall Madison, WI 53706 ...

Posted Feb 12, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin, roomreservations@law.wisc.edu

Panel discussion on Pathways to Employment in International Law (Feb 11)

A panel discussion on Pathways to Employment in International Law will be held on Wednesday, February 11, 2009, 6-8pm in Lubar Commons (7200 Law), sponsored by the Wisconsin International Law Society, Global Legal Studies Center, American Bar As ...

Posted Feb 9, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Talk on Legal Profession in China

The Law School community (faculty, staff, all students) is cordially invited to hear a talk on The Transformation of the Legal Profession in Contemporary China given by SIDA LIU Research Associate at the American Bar Foundation and Ph.D. Candida ...

Posted Feb 9, 2009 by Sumudu Atapattu

A Supreme Court Panel

The American Constitution Society Presents: A Supreme Court Panel Wednesday, February 4 at 3pm   A discussion of recent Supreme Court cases with   ·      Professor Church  ·   ...

Posted Feb 2, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Welcome Back activities for 1Ls

    On the morning of January 23, we will have the last activities in the series of orientations that included activities on studying and exam preparation. These activities are mandatory, because we hope that they will be very ...

Posted Jan 20, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

University of Wisconsin first-year law student Reception

Quarles & Brady LLP cordially invites you to join us for our annual University of Wisconsin first-year law student Reception on Thursday, February 26, 20095:30pm - 7:30 pm. The reception will be held in our Madison office, 33 East Main Stree ...

Posted Jan 13, 2009 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

“Issues of Public Choice in the Context of Health and Safety Regulations and Eminent Domain”

Interested in talking to someone who works for a public interest NGO? The East Asian Legal Studies Center presents Jason Adkins  Institute for Justice December 19 th ...

Posted Dec 16, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Lecture Announcement

   The Wisconsin International Law Society, with the Distinguished Lecture Series, is proud to welcome Ishmael Beah, advocate for human rights and author of A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier , his account of his years as ...

Posted Dec 5, 2008 by Student Bar Association

WI Public Television's In Wisconsin Airs 3 Part Series on Patient Advocacy

WI Public Television will air  a three-part series on the Center for Patient Partnerships.  Episodes will be available online  and will be repeated on air at a later date.  Please see here for more information on how to vi ...

Posted Nov 21, 2008 by Center for Patient Partnerships

"Who Says It's Not Easy Being Green?: Economic Incentives for Conservation-Based Land Use and Property Restrictions"

   Find out how legal restrictions aimed at achieving basic conservation goals can pay off for your clients yet still enable them to own and productively utilize their property. Whether you represent businesses with large forest and ...

Posted Nov 17, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Emmett LeeLoy: Native Hawaiians and the World Indigenous Movement

   The Indigenous Law Students Association presents Emmett LeeLoy: Native Hawaiians and the World Indigenous Movement Emmett LeeLoy has represented many Native Hawaiians in civil and criminal matters, including ...

Posted Nov 17, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Dean's "Initiative" Listening Sessions

    Dear Student Body, Some of you may have heard of the "Dean's Initiative ." As current students and future alumni, we will be directly affected by the provisions set forth in the Initiative. Here is the ti ...

Posted Nov 14, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Special 3L

On Wednesday, November 12, the Law School and the Career Services Office will be hosting the annual " Get Ready to Graduate" event for 3Ls. Third-year students are invited to drop by the north end of the Law School Atrium anytime ...

Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

The Global Economic Crisis: The Untold Stories

   The Global Economic Crisis: The Untold Stories Thursday, November 20 7:00-9:30 PM Morgridge Auditorium 1100 Grainger Hall 975 University Avenue   The economic bad news keeps coming: a bursting housing b ...

Posted Nov 7, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

THE 2008 MALPRACTICE BASH!

   It’s that time of year again: the Dean’s Cup has returned to its rightful place in the Law School, the 3L’s have tossed their canes, and the 1L’s have just passed the halfway mark of their first semester…   Th ...

Posted Nov 7, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Speaker: Dr Flavia Agnes

   The Global Legal Studies Center and APALSA/SALSA are pleased to invite you to an informal meeting with:   Dr Flavia Agnes (Women’s rights lawyer and writer from India )   Tue ...

Posted Nov 3, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

From Plan to Market: The Development of China's Food Safety Law

    The East Asian Legal Studies Center cordially invites you to hear Yuanyuan Shen, alumna of the UWLS, talk on “From Plan to Market: The Development of China’s Food Safety Law.” Thursday, October 30, 2008 12:00 pm ...

Posted Oct 29, 2008 by Susan Katcher

Ideas/Innovations: Keith Findley on Eyewitness ID Reform

   The Office of the Dean and the Institute for Legal Studies announce the following presentation in the workshop series Ideas and Innovations in Legal Scholarship open to faculty, students and staff “Toward a ...

Posted Oct 27, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Courts and Pluralism: Essay on a Theory of Judicial Adjudication in the Context of Legal and Constitutional Pluralism

   Workshop on "Courts and Pluralism: Essay on a Theory of Judicial Adjudication in the Context of Legal and Constitutional Pluralism"   October 30, 2008, 3:30-5:30pm Lubar Commons (7200 Law)   W ...

Posted Oct 27, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Passion and Reason in European Integration

   The Global Legal Studies Center is pleased to invite you to a lecture and workshop with:   Professor Miguel Maduro Advocate General, European Court of Justice & Professor of European and ...

Posted Oct 27, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

When Do Expressive Works Infringe Trademarks?

Wednesday October 22nd, at **6:00 pm** in Lubar Commons.   *AS A PART OF THE TEMPLETON DEBATE SERIES,* * THE FEDERALIST SOCIETY AND THE* INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY STUDENTS’ ORGANIZATION PRESENT* *When Do Expressive Works Infri ...

Posted Oct 17, 2008 by Deb Cutler

Sex Toys 101

Wednesday, October 22, 2008 4:00-5:30 in Room 3250 Hosted by Law Students for Reproductive Justice. This lecture will provide tips and tricks as well as information about health, hygiene, satisfaction, and yes, the law, of sex ...

Posted Oct 17, 2008 by Deb Cutler

Homecoming Cane Toss Reminder

 Don't forget that Thursday, Oct. 16th is the absolute last day to place your orders for the Homecoming Cane Toss event.  The deadline will promptly be cut off at NOON, so please register if you haven't done so already. Order c ...

Posted Oct 16, 2008 by Student Bar Association

Summer 2009 Clinical Opportunities at the Remington Center

    In the next few weeks, the Frank J. Remington Center will begin recruiting student applicants for its summer 2009 prison-based clinical projects :   the Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons Project (LAIP ...

Posted Oct 15, 2008 by Frank J. Remington Center

Judicial Intern Program

   Applications are now being solicited for the Judicial Intern Program for the spring semester of 2009.  All second and third year law students who have not previously participated in the program are eligible.  In short, ...

Posted Oct 9, 2008 by Deb Cutler

Law/La Follette Dual Degree Advising Brown Bag

Current and Prospective Law/La Follette Dual Degree Students: Currently dually enrolled in a Masters of Public Affairs or International Public Affairs? Considering enrolling at the La Follette School of Public Affairs to complement your ...

Posted Oct 8, 2008 by Center for Patient Partnerships

The Weimar Moment: Liberalism, Political Theology, and Law Interdisciplinary Conference

   The Institute for Legal Studies announces the following event open to faculty, students and staff: The Weimar Moment: Liberalism, Political Theology, and Law Interdisciplinary Conference October 24-26, 2008 Pu ...

Posted Sep 23, 2008 by Deb Cutler

“Civil Liberties and the War on Terror – Past, Present, and Future”

The Institute for Legal Studies announces the following event open to students, faculty and staff Hilldale Lecture by Erwin Chemerinsky “Civil Liberties and the War on Terror – Past, Present, and Future” Friday, September ...

Posted Sep 9, 2008 by Deb Cutler

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