Spotlight: Will Kramer

We Heart Our Students: Will KramerLaw student Will Kramer wants to build a better world for his three kids.

Activities and Scholarship

Cecelia Klingele was a panelist at the Cap Times Ideas Fest, held in Madison in September. The panel--"How can we reduce Wisconsin's prison population?"--examined ways of easing the community trauma and expense of incarceration while maintaining public safety.

Jonathan Scharrer was elected to a two-year term on the advisory council for the National Association of Community and Restorative Justice.

In September, Yaron Nili presented his article, "'Captured Boards': The Rise of 'Super Directors' and the Case for a Board Suite," at the Skytop Strategies Engagement & Communication Conference. The conference was held at Cleary Gottlieb, a New York City law firm.

Charles Irish and Wenjie Hu worked with the People’s High Court of Guizhou Province in Guiyang, China, to design and implement a six-day judicial training seminar in August. Both also presented in the seminar, along with Stephen Hurley and Dane County Circuit Court Judge Rhonda Lanford ’96. Judges from Guizhou, Yunnan and Sichuan Provinces participated, as did law professors from regional universities.