Welcome to another exciting edition of our Gargoyle magazine. We’ve got so many gems in this edition, and I can’t wait for you to read about all the wonderful ways University of Wisconsin Law School is shaping narratives.
Dean’s View – Summer 2022
Dear Friends, By the time you read this, I’ll have been dean of this great Law School for just over two years. Although we’ve faced more than our share of challenges, the past year was an absolute joy, because we were able to return to in-person teaching and learning.
Dean’s View – Winter 2021
Dear UW Law Graduates, As this issue goes to press, we are nearly two years into the pandemic, and I’m now in the middle of my second year as dean of UW Law. We are very fortunate to have a return to something like normalcy in the fall semester.
Dean’s View: Daniel P. Tokaji
Dear Friends, As I sit down to write my first column for the Gargoyle alumni magazine, I’m just over a half year into my tenure as dean of this great law school. And what a year it has been so far!
What a pivotal moment we are at as a nation. The COVID-19 pandemic changed all of our lives in an instant. The horrific killing of George Floyd, along with so many other Black men and women who have lost their lives to police brutality, has highlighted systemic racism, and has rallied Americans to join the movement for racial justice.
Dear friends, I’m honored to share this special issue of the Gargoyle, which commemorates the 150th anniversary of the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Our Law School transforms lives. I say that all the time, as I travel around the country and meet our alumni, talk with prospective students, and engage with my partners here on campus. But it’s …
On the Cutting Edge
This issue of the Gargoyle comes to you as we say goodbye to the Class of 2016. At their hooding ceremony, they got to hear remarks from former US Attorney General Eric Holder and former …
Dear Friends, While we’re part of a great university at the Law School, we live not in some remote ivory tower, but in the real world of law and justice. That’s always been true. Our …
This issue is about legacies My desktop dictionary, Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary, defines legacy as “something received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past,” or as “a gift by will especially of money or other …