Sumudu Atapattu has extensively explored the link between human rights and environmental law in her research. In fact, she was one of the first people in the world to specialize in international environmental law.
It’s no shock to Assistant Professor Franciska Coleman that the “cancel culture” debate has been highly visible in higher education.
Historical documents from Herman Goldstein’s personal collection are now available in Digital Repository.
John Ohnesorge returns to South Korea as Fulbright Distinguished Scholar. In addition to teaching in the spring and fall semesters, Ohnesorge is researching Korea as a case study of democratization and the role of law in the region.
Yablon, McBride, Kasieta Named 2022 UW Law Teachers of the Year; Anne Smith Receives Chancellor’s Entrepreneurial Achievement Award; and more news.
Before last summer’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Assistant Professor Nina Varsava had never focused on an abortion case in her work.
As Wisconsin’s flagship public law school, University of Wisconsin Law School is committed to providing access to legal education and the legal profession for people from a wide variety of backgrounds. A newly established fund will help the Law School make good on that commitment by providing support for Native American students.
As a constitutional law teacher for more than 20 years, David Schwartz increasingly found that history was crucial to understanding the deep structure and essential nature of the Constitution. That’s why, in Fall 2022, he established the Journal of American Constitutional History (JACH), a peer-reviewed, web-based journal publishing high-quality scholarship.
Mark Sidel has devoted many years to the study of regulation and policy issues of nonprofits and philanthropic organizations in Asia, first in a number of years working in senior program positions for the Ford Foundation in Beijing, Hanoi, Bangkok and New Delhi, and now in academic life.
The Fall 2022 offering Law in the Time of COVID captured a historic, disruptive moment in the development of the law.