Submit Your NewsCecelia Klingele's revocation research cited in op-ed
Wisconsin State JournalNili's paper "Shadow Governance" is top 10 best in corporate and securities law for 2020
Keith Findley comments on Chauvin verdict
University of Wisconsin Law School Professor Yaron Nili’s article “Shadow Governance ,” co-authored with Prof. Cathy Hwang and published in the California Law Review, was named as one of Corporate Practice Commentator ’s ...
Washington PostNina Varsava's work on professional responsibility and judicial opinions highlighted
WestlawIon Meyn discusses Chauvin verdict
Fox6Statement of Dean Dan Tokaji on the Verdict in the Trial of Derek Chauvin for the Murder of George Floyd
Keith Findley: Jury can't hold decision not to testify against Chauvin
Dear UW Law Students, Staff, and Faculty,
The jury has now issued its verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin for killing George Floyd, finding the defendant guilty on all counts, including murder. I hope that this verdict brings some degree of ...
WKOWSteven Wright: Voter suppression bills are the first move in a bigger battle
The HillKeith Findley discusses police-worn body cameras
Inside TrackKeith Findley discusses police searches of cellphone data
Courthouse News ServiceArd, Barbato, and Collins Named UW Law School Teachers of the Year
Steven Wright comments on manslaughter charges for Minnesota officer who killed Daunte Wright
Each spring, UW Law School celebrates excellence in teaching through its Teacher of the Year awards. UW Law School’s annual teaching awards demonstrate the value placed on excellent teaching. Our faculty engage and inspire UW Law students ...
New York TimesUW law School mourns the loss of Professor Trina Tinglum
Erin Barbato: People who are seeking asylum don't have time to wait
Wisconsin ExaminerIon Meyn: What's behind 2020 declines in Wisconsin jail and prison inmate numbers?
WPRErin Barbato on tensions at the U.S.-Mexico border
PBS Wisconsin John Gross comments on public defender shortage in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Public RadioAlta Charo named to the board of directors of the Allen Institute
Allen Institute Steven Wright: House bill does little to protect our local elections
The HillSteph Tai discusses recent Faculty Senate fossil fuel divestment resolution
Badger HeraldStatement to the UW Law Community on the Georgia Shootings
Alexandra Huneeus: The end approaches for Chile's military-era constitution
Statement to the UW Law Community on the Georgia Shootings from Dean Tokaji
Like many of you, I am heartbroken by the murders in the Atlanta area on Tuesday evening. I share the sentiments expressed by campus leadership mourning these de ...
Washington PostDaniel Tokaji comments on the Supreme Court's Voting Rights Act
Washington PostPeter Carstensen: "Paltry Poultry Settlements and a Paralyzed Public Interest Protection"
ProMarketJohn Gross comments on 'spark of life' doctrine
AP NewsManjiao Chi appointed 2021 James B. MacDonald Visiting Professor with East Asian Legal Studies Center
Steph Tai: Biden administration signals early commitment to enforcing environmental laws
The East Asian Legal Studies Center is pleased to announce that Manjiao Chi has been appointed 2021 James B. MacDonald Visiting Professor.
The professorship was established in 1995 in honor of UW Law Professor James B. MacDonald ...
Wisconsin Law Journal Dean Tokaji: Voting Rights in spotlight as Supreme Court considers Arizona election rules
Wall Street JournalR. Alta Charo joins NTI as inaugural David A. Hamburg distinguished fellow
NTI NewsroomIon Meyn discusses Milwaukee Police Department misconduct settlements
Fox 6Steven Wright's 'The Coyotes of Carthage' depicts realities of race, money and politics
UW Madison NewsJohn Gross: Prison walls can't stop COVID-19; vaccinating prisoners makes everyone safer
The Cap TimesJoshua Braver discusses court packing
SCOTUSBlog Erin Barbato: If you're a solo parent traveling internationally with your kids, be ready for this question
Washington PostKeith Findley: Prosecutors, defense attorneys quarrel over Kyle Rittenhouse's location
ChronSteph Tai discusses legal pathway for Evers administration to sue over PFAS
Spectrum News 1Megan McDermott recognized for excellence in virtual instruction
Steph Tai discusses the Biden administration's environmental plans and policies
WPRSteph Tai: The oil pipeline battle no one is talking about
Vice Erin Barbato discusses immigration under the Biden administration
WPR Peter Carstensen discusses price-fixing settlements in meat industry
St. Louis Public Radio Mitch discusses federal eviction moratorium extension
WPRErin Barbato: New legislation could be a momentous change for immigrant communities
WKOW 27 Mitra Sharafi receives 2021 Distinguished Teaching Award
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A Hard LookWhy are people hesitant to trust a COVID-19 vaccine? Alta Charo comments
ABC NewsStewart Macaulay discusses his contracts scholarship and the law-in-action approach to teaching
Wisconsin Law In ActionHow can employers promote employee vaccination? Alta Charo discusses
Channel 3000Keith Findley served on national legal panel whose findings led to freeing Myon Burrell in Minnesota
Time MagazineUW Law mourns the death of former law librarian Betty Karweick '85
First COVID cases confirmed among immigrants detained in Wisconsin; Erin Barbato comments
The Capital TimesAlta Charo discusses the difficult questions states face over vaccine access
Christian Science MonitorCecelia Klingele: Madison's next police chief needs to prioritize building community trust
NBC 15Finally some good news on DACA, says Erin Barbato
PBS WisconsinWhen can law enforcement search your phone? Keith Findley discusses
Wisconsin ExaminerAlta Charo discusses ethical considerations in developing and distributing COVID treatments and vaccines
Wisconsin Law In ActionSteven Wright's 'Coyotes of Carthage' recognized by Ernest Gaines literary award committee
The AdvocateFranciska Coleman discusses Trump campaign's election lawsuits
WORT-FMAlta Charo elected fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science
A new book highlights contracts scholar Stewart Macaulay's enduring influence
Alta Charo is among six University of Wisconsin-Madison scholars who have earned a lifetime distinction as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.Charo, the Warren P. Knowles Professor of Law and B ...
Mitch: Owners should pay rent abatement application fees
A new book showcases the work of Stewart Macaulay , the University of Wisconsin Law School professor known for pioneering the “law-in-action” approach to contracts.
"Stewart Macaulay: Selected Wor ...
Badger HeraldMiriam Seifter wins top honors for administrative law scholarship
LIFT Dane partners launch free app to help Wisconsin residents resolve civil legal issues
Miriam Seifter , a University of Wisconsin Law School professor, won top honors for scholarship in administrative law for her article "Understanding State Agency Independence ."
The award comes from the American Bar Asso ...
Dan Cornelius teaches UW freshman to connect with land through an Indigenous lens
Yaron Nili discusses the shareholder activists known as 'corporate gadflies'
How can Wisconsin’s unemployed and underemployed residents get legal support on civil matters that might make it harder to find and keep a job?
Thanks to an innovative partnership known as LIFT Dane, there’s an app for that. The pa ...
Business Scholarship PodcastBonnie Shucha reports on UW Law Library's tribal law digitization project
Inside TrackNew Faculty Focus: Franciska Coleman
Rob Yablon explains how the election certification process works, and why it matters
Franciska Coleman: Assistant Professor of Law and Associate Director of the East Asian Legal Studies Program.
Home state: Texas
Educational/professional background: J.D., Harvard Law School; Ph.D. in Literacy, Cu ...
MarketplaceMarc Galanter's research on divorce settlements cited
Wisconsin LawyerAlta Charo: When a vaccine is ready, who should get it first?
Noema MagazineWisconsin electors legally bound to vote for presidential candidate winning popular vote, says Rob Yablon
WISN MilwaukeeRichard Monette discusses historic wins for Indigenous congressional candidates in 2020
The Washington PostIn Appleton protest case, where's the line between threatening and protected speech? Anuj Desai comments
Appleton Post-CrescentCould President Trump sue his way to victory? Rob Yablon doesn't think so
NBC News TampaCecelia Klingele discusses recent work on violence, punishment and predicting future crime
Wisconsin Law in ActionWhat does a Biden win mean for science policy? Alta Charo comments
NatureLinda Greene reflects on significance of Kamala Harris's election
NBC 15Will the Supreme Court settle Donald Trump's reelection fate? Daniel Tokaji weighs in
PoliticoRob Yablon discusses ballot laws as states continue to tabulate votes
Wisconsin Public RadioYaron Nili: It's not just small investors who will be silenced thanks to SEC's new rules
ProMarketFranciska Coleman: Can Trump successfully stop the ballot count in battleground states?
CNBCKeith Findley wins state bar's Legal Innovator award for his work to improve forensic science in courtrooms
Wisconsin LawyerRenagh O'Leary wins state bar's Legal Innovator award for compassionate release work
Wisconsin LawyerSeventh Circuit hears media access case against Wisconsin governor; Anuj Desai weighs in
Courthouse News ServiceAsifa Quraishi-Landes discusses sharia and the American Muslim voter
Wisconsin Muslim JournalHeinz Klug proposes a one-time 'Social Solidarity Tax' in response to the pandemic
Boston ReviewKeith Findley discusses fatal police shooting of Marcellis Stinnette in Illinois
The Washington PostHow can a COVID-19 vaccine be fairly allocated? Pilar Ossorio discusses the ethics
Linda Greene reviews highlights from the final presidential debate
Wisconsin Public RadioDivisive 2020 election harkens back to 1968; Frank Tuerkheimer discusses
WisPolitics.comVoters in battleground states receive intimidating emails; Daniel Tokaji discusses
CBS PittsburghErin Barbato: Current immigration policies are unsafe and unfair
PBS WisconsinJoshua Braver weighs in on the 'court packing' debate
WORT-FMAlta Charo discusses quarantine orders through America's history
Oklahoma WatchLinda Greene discusses Amy Coney Barrett hearings, 'court packing' and Black women in sports
The Capital TimesElection law in 2020: A conversation with Dean Dan Tokaji
The Advocate's Society podcastCan your boss require you to get vaccinated against COVID-19? Alta Charo weighs in
Wisconsin Public RadioMarc Galanter's work on why the 'Haves' always win in court is cited
PBS NewsHourDaniel Tokaji: Three types of election law cases we're likely to see in the coming month
FiveThirtyEightTonya Brito to discuss law schools' role in advancing access to civil justice
American Academy of the Arts and SciencesCould overturning Roe v. Wade impede access to in vitro fertilization? Alta Charo comments
GlamourKeith Findley discusses structure of Madison's new police oversight board
WORT-FMLinda Greene puts first day of Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearings into context
WORT-FMAlta Charo discusses push from White House to speed COVID-19 drug trials
PolitiFactLinda Greene: What to watch for as Kamala Harris questions Amy Coney Barrett at this week's hearing
USA TodayErin Barbato: Immigration detention relies on racist, life-threatening policies. It must end.
The Capital TimesSteph Tai discusses the impact of the amicus brief in a recent Supreme Court clean water case
NOVA NowJoshua Braver discusses the historical precedents behind court-packing
VoxIon Meyn comments on investigation to officer-involved killing of Alvin Cole in Wauwatosa
WTMJ MilwaukeeSteve Wright discusses the real-world inspiration for his novel, 'Coyotes of Carthage'
The Modern Law LibraryKeith Findley weighs in on the search for a new Madison police chief
The Capital TimesThree constitutional law scholars join UW Law faculty
John Gross joins UW Law's clinical faculty to direct Public Defender Project
The University of Wisconsin Law School has strengthened its constitutional law faculty with three new hires, who join in a long tradition of excellence in research and teaching. In addition to incoming scholars Joshua Braver and Franciska Colema ...
Ion Meyn writes about police accountability in Breonna Taylor's death
John Gross has been named director of the Public Defender Project , an experiential learning program based at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
UW Law students enrolled in the Public Defender Project earn academic cred ...
The Capital TimesBill Whitford appears in 'Can you hear us now?' documentary
Wisconsin ExaminerElizabeth Mertz remembers former Law & Society Association president Sally Merry
PoLAR JournalPeter Carstensen's work on antitrust and competition law in agriculture is featured
Yale Law NewsRenagh O'Leary makes the case for compassionate release
Cecelia Klingele discusses self-defense laws as Kenosha protest shooter prepares his case
NBC 15Keith Findley appointed to Madison's new civilian oversight board
Fox 47Erin Barbato describes increasing legal challenges for immigrants and asylum seekers
Dean Tokaji speaks on diversity, equity, inclusion at state bar meeting
WisBar NewsSteph Tai discusses what's at stake in the 2020 election regarding environmental and energy justice issues
Wisconsin Public RadioIn 'Labeling Violence,' Cecelia Klingele examines the role of violence in the criminal justice system
The Crime ReportCarrie Sperling is working to prove that a Wisconsin Innocence Project client was coerced into confessing to murder
The Appeal Miriam Seifter and Rob Yablon remember Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
LA TimesHoward Erlanger receives 'Leaders in the Law' award
Emma Babler named to 'Up and Coming Lawyers' list
Professor Howard Erlanger has won Wisconsin Law Journal’s 2020 Leaders in the Law award.
The award honors top judges, attorneys and legal professionals who have made a difference in Wisconsin’s legal communi ...
Alta Charo discusses the discovery and potential of CRISPR gene editing
Emma Babler has been named to Wisconsin Law Journal's Up and Coming Lawyers list for 2020. Babler, who received her J.D. at the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2015, is the reference & technology librarian at the U ...
Wisconsin Public RadioTeen charged in Kenosha shootings may fight extradition; Keith Findley comments
Kenosha NewsYaron Nili's research on gender diversity in boardrooms highlighted
ForbesBonnie Shucha discusses UW Law Library's new project to increase access to tribal laws
Mitch discusses the CDC's new eviction moratorium and what it means for Wisconsin renters
Wisconsin Public RadioElizabeth Mertz appointed scholar-in-residence at University of Chicago
American Bar Foundation newsKeith Findley discusses Wisconsin's self-defense laws
The Washington PostDavid Schwartz discusses Wisconsin governor's authority to declare a state emergency
Badger HeraldPBS to air 'Human Nature,' a documentary featuring Alta Charo, Sept. 9
IsthmusPartisan election officials often oversee ballot count; Daniel Tokaji discusses
The PrintIon Meyn discusses qualified immunity and police use of force
The Advocate's Society podcastCecelia Klingele looks at Wisconsin self-defense laws following deadly Kenosha protest shootings
Fox 11 NewsNew report adds depth to global conversation on germline editing, says Alta Charo
ScienceU.S. Justice Department proposes funding more police officers in Wisconsin; Ion Meyn comments
Wisconsin ExaminerMadison will implement civilian oversight for police, as recommended by group Keith Findley led
Wisconsin State JournalLawyers for accused Kenosha shooter claim self defense; Cecelia Klingele comments
The Washington PostLinda Greene: Athletes have a unique role to play in calls for racial justice
The Washington PostCecelia Klingele weighs in on the use of body cameras for police
NBC 15Rob Yablon: Social media companies should take a more democratic approach to regulating political speech
The Regulatory ReviewDavid Schwartz discusses lawsuit challenging governor's emergency powers
Wisconsin ExaminerTonya Brito to present at Big Ten law school series on race, law and equality
Indiana University newsAlta Charo part of national, state efforts to plan for COVID-19 vaccine allocation
Wisconsin State JournalPreparing UW Law for a Smart Restart: An interview with Dean Tokaji
Wisconsin Law JournalSteve Wright makes '100 Black Novelists You Should Read' list
Time MagazineNew federal advisory board rejects nearly all research involving fetal tissue; Alta Charo comments
Wisconsin State JournalWriting history from the courtrooms: A conversation with Mitra Sharafi
BorderlinesIon Meyn discusses history of ABA's Criminal Justice Standards project
JustPodAlta Charo joins a panel discussion on the documentary "Human Nature"
The National AcademiesSteven Wright discusses his career in the law and his new political thriller, "The Coyotes of Carthage"
Wisconsin Law in ActionA Q&A with UW Law Library's Kris Turner '20
Wisconsin Library AssociationSteve Wright, Bryant Park share perspectives on racial equity
Wisconsin LawyerGet a COVID test, says Alta Charo: "We are all in this together"
The New York TimesBLSA presidents, advisor pay tribute to Bella Sobah '20: "The rainbow in our clouds"
Wisconsin LawyerA Q&A on human rights and climate change with Sumudu Atapattu
Organization for Defending Victims of ViolenceAlta Charo discusses self-experimentation after 21 researchers test COVID-19 vaccine on selves
Milwaukee Journal SentinelAntiabortion scientists dominate Trump's fetal tissue review board; Alta Charo comments
ScienceRichard Monette discusses implications of Supreme Court's ruling in McGirt v. Oklahoma
Wisconsin Public RadioMichele LaVigne explains the flawed techniques used to interrogate Making A Murderer's Brendan Dassey
Sixth Hour podcastSteven Wright's 'Coyotes of Carthage' makes Best of Summer 2020 reading list
WUWMMost of Wisconsin's district attorneys aren't facing contested re-elections; Lanny Glinberg comments
Wisconsin ExaminerLaw Library, Great Lakes Indigenous Law Center win award to create a digital tribal law platform
Institute of Museum and Library ServicesTrump administration weakens major environmental act; Steph Tai comments
Wisconsin Public RadioMichele LaVigne weighs in on the status of Wisconsin's crime victim amendment
Milwaukee Journal SentinelErin Barbato discusses Sheboygan sheriff's controversial agreement with ICE
The Sheboygan PressNina Varsava discusses her essay "Precedent on Precedent" and the Supreme Court ruling in Ramos v. Louisiana
Ipse DixitHow do co-ops work? Jeff Glazer discusses the legal considerations
Inside TrackIon Meyn: How the language police use affects their actions
Wisconsin ExaminerMarsha Mansfield: Leveraging technology to increase access to justice
Inside TrackSusannah Tahk wins Vilas award for research and teaching excellence
COVID-19 adds to adversity for climate refugees; Sumudu Atapattu comments
Anadolu AgencyPilar Ossorio: Maintaining research standards in the COVID era is an ethical mandate
Milwaukee Journal SentinelCan Wisconsin governor issue new mandates to curb pandemic spread? Miriam Seifter discusses
Milwaukee Journal SentinelSarah Davis advances health justice as Center for Patient Partnerships co-director
Pandemic brings chance to rethink juvenile detention in Dane County; Ken Streit and Everett Mitchell '10 weigh in
The Capital TimesA gripping first novel from Wisconsin Innocence Project's Steve Wright
Madison MagazineRobert Yablon discusses a Wisconsin voter ID case that's been pending for 3 years
Milwaukee Journal SentinelCecelia Klingele discusses president's executive order on policing
Wisconsin Public RadioWill proposed police oversight measures encroach on Police and Fire Commission? Keith Findley comments
Wisconsin State JournalErin Barbato says, due to COVID-19 risk, many call for delay on Supreme Court's DACA decision
WSAW WausauOverturning federal abortion law would criminalize the procedure in Wisconsin, says Alta Charo
PolitiFactPoultry industry execs indicted over alleged price fixing; Peter Carstensen comments
Successful FarmingKeith Findley: It's now on Madison officials to implement recommendations from 5-year police reform study
The Capital TimesMitch advises owners and tenants to work together, as statewide eviction ban ends
Green Bay Press Gazette University of Wisconsin Law School dean named
President signs executive order to limit legal protections for social media companies; Anuj Desai comments
Daniel P. Tokaji has been named dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School.
He has been a professor at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law since 2003, serving as Associate Dean for Faculty since 2018.
A graduate of Harvard C ...
WORT-FMMiriam Seifter: All states have empowered executive officials to address public health crises
The ProgressiveRichard Monette discusses South Dakota governor's dispute with tribes over checkpoints
NBC News'Human challenge studies' to test COVID-19 vaccines should be a last resort, says Alta Charo
The HillJulia Sherman discusses Northern Wisconsin's high alcohol death rates
WAOW WausauDavid Schwartz: Can local Safer at Home orders withstand legal challenges?
Channel 3000Re-opening ethically: Alta Charo discusses legal strategies for keeping workplaces safe
PoliticoAnuj Desai discusses state Supreme Court ruling on Safer at Home order
Wisconsin Public RadioDavid Schwartz discusses local governments' authority to extend Safer at Home order
NBC 15How can states ethically manage COVID-19 drug shortages? Alta Charo discusses
CNNRenagh O'Leary discusses compassionate release for prisoners at risk of COVID-19 exposure
Des Moines RegisterMichele LaVigne's research on Brendan Dassey confession cited in clemency petition
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