David Schwartz’s new book came out last fall, just in time to mark a bicentennial birthday.
Q&A with leaders of UW’s Indigenous Law Students Association, Catelin Aiwohi and Lorenzo Gudino.
The Coyotes of Carthage, Professor Steven Wright’s debut novel on the power of dark money in local politics, came out this spring.
Daniel P. Tokaji has been named dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School, effective August 1, 2020.
With the recent retirements of Professors Meg Gaines, Michele LaVigne, and Marsha Mansfield, UW Law School bids farewell to three legends in clinical legal education.
RJP on 60 Minutes, A New Audio Series, VOCA Restraining Order Clinic, Wisconsin Innocence Project news, and more.
Although physically apart, the UW Law School community came together in Badger spirit to celebrate the Class of 2020 on May 15.
As the world grapples with the pandemic, a wide range of legal issues have been brought to the forefront. The expertise of UW Law faculty has been in demand as these complex issues develop. Bioethics …
A lookback on the 150th year at UW Law School as well as a brief overview of the contents in the Gargoyle’s 150th Anniversary Issue.
Cristina Bordé was named one of 2018’s “Women to Watch” by Brava magazine. Bordé was recognized for launching the Wisconsin Latino Exoneration Program. Housed within the Wisconsin Innocence Project, the program provides…