UW Law Library Received Grant to Improve Access to Tribal Laws The UW Law Library received an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant for its Digital Publication of Tribal Laws Pilot Project. Together with …
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 …
A new endowed professorship at the University of Wisconsin Law School will honor the memory of an alumnus and his wife, while supporting faculty work.
A number of cherished UW Law School faculty and staff have recently retired. UW Law School bids farewell to these individuals who have given so much to the Law School community.
It’s safe to say that Professor Steven Wright’s debut novel, The Coyotes of Carthage, is a hit.
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.
As a co-chair of the Law School’s Excellence in Alternative Delivery Working Group, lecturer Megan McDermott dove into the world of virtual learning, building guidelines and toolkits for remote instruction.
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.