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Activities and Scholarship

Sarah Davis delivered the keynote address, "The Power of Partnering with Families to Transform Health," at the 2017 Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Projects Summit held in Oshkosh in November. The theme of the event was "Advancing Family Engagement in Health Care Quality Improvement."

Megan McDermott organized and moderated a panel, "Ethical Issues in Chapter Choice," for the State Bar's Annual Bankruptcy Update, presented in Madison and Milwaukee in November. Panelists included adjunct professor Tim Pierce and law student Christian Conway.

Susannah Tahk's article, "The New Welfare Rights," was reviewed in JOTWELL: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots) in November. In his review, American University Law Professor Ezra Rosser calls Tahk's work "an important contribution because it shows the continued possibility of claims framed in terms of “rights” even in the aftermath of welfare reform."

Keith Findley and Kate Judson were panel presenters at "Life Sentences, A Conference on Incarceration and the Humanities," held at Johns Hopkins University in November. Their session was titled "The Innocence Movement and the Revision of American Values."