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Volume 41 (2019)

Volume 42 (2020)

Volume 43 (2021)

Volume 44 (2021-2022)

Departments

Dean's View

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    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.

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Features

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    All Ways Forward Campaign a Huge Success

    University of Wisconsin Law School has completed the largest capital campaign in its history. UW–Madison launched its All Ways Forward comprehensive campaign in October 2015. As a part of this effort, the Law School set the goal of raising $35 million. UW ended its campus-wide campaign in December of 2021 with the Law School exceeding its goal with $49.8 million raised.

  • Hand of female akha farmer tribe is harvesting ripe coffee beans from branch in plantation 100% organic farm in valley mountain in Thailand close up and selective focus shot

    Protecting Culinary Heritage from Climate Change

    When Steph Tai was a baby, their first spoken word was the Chinese word for “new.” Tai craved new tastes to the point where their parents had to get creative with food presentation to appease their toddler’s novelty-loving palate. It was the beginning of Tai’s lifelong passion for food.

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    Democracy in Crisis

    UW Law scholars seek to understand understand—and resist—authoritarianism.

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    Outstanding Scholars

    New faculty bring a wealth of knowledge and skill to UW Law School: Emily Cauble and Nyamagaga “Gaga” Gondwe as Tax Law professors, Bernadette Atuahene as the inaugural James E. Jones Chair, Rachel Burg as a clinical assistant professor and director of the Wisconsin Innocence Project, and Emily Buchholz as director of the Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic.

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    The Whole Nine Yards

    UW Law’s strategic plan unites new priorities with historical commitments. Ask Dean Dan Tokaji when work first began on the strategic plan that was approved by the faculty of the University of Wisconsin Law School this past May, and his answer is as clear and concise as the plan itself.

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News & Notes

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    Marin Smith 2L Receives Stearns-Shaw Scholarship

    Marin Smith is the latest University of Wisconsin Law School student to be named a Stearns-Shaw Scholar. The scholarship was endowed by 1992 UW Law graduate Denis Stearns and his husband, Thomas Shaw, to encourage champions of the LGBTQ+ community to choose UW as the best place to study law and make a difference.

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    A Tribute to the Time

    Book explores UW Law’s Law-in-Action roots. When Voss-Bascom Professor of Law Emeritus William H. Clune first started gathering research for a 2019 University of Wisconsin Law School event honoring Professor Emeritus Herman Goldstein, he had no idea that he’d stumbled on his next book project.

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    UW Law Students Learn from Human Rights Expert and Grenadian Diplomat Dessima Williams

    Last spring, University of Wisconsin Law School students had the opportunity to learn from Grenadian Diplomat Dessima Williams, a climate change and human rights expert, who served as the inaugural Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Human Rights.

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    In Brief – Summer 2022

    Bonnie Shucha recognized for excellence in writing; Seifter, Wiercioch, and Schnur named UW Law School Teachers of the Year; Sumudu Atapattu honored for climate change research; Arlen Christenson ’60 inducted into WI Conservation Hall of Fame; and Yaron Nili’s scholarship among Best Corporate Law Articles of 2021.

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    Lessons in Life and Law

    Inspired by her UW Law experience, Laureen Seeger ’86 gives back—and calls on others to join her.

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Alumni Life

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    Class Notes, Summer 2022 Issue

    Recent updates about UW Law School Alumni, where they are in their career and what recent news they have to share.

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    Alumni News: Engagements and Activities

    News about Native Nations Flag Ceremony, the All-Class and 50-Year Reunions, Wisconsin Law Review Symposium, Dean's Summit, and Kastenmeier Lecture.

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    UW Law Grad Named Executive Director of Wisconsin Public Media

    Heather L. Reese ’02 was named executive director of Wisconsin Public Media (WPM), the division at the University of Wisconsin–Madison that oversees Wisconsin Public Radio and PBS Wisconsin.

  • Toward a More Perfect Union

    Ashley Morse ’06 is the first woman of color on the Rock County Circuit Court Bench. In April 2022, Governor Tony Evers appointed Ashley Morse ’06 to Rock County Circuit Court–Branch 4, making her the first woman of color to serve on the bench in Rock County.

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    Badgers Help Badgers

    If you are a UW Law School alum willing to share your expertise, join UW Law’s Alumni Network Connect. Become part of a community of alumni who have volunteered to give career advice and guidance to law students and recent graduates.

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    Four prominent Ho-Chunk leaders address campus on significance of treaties

    Jo Deen B. Lowe ’85, JoAnn Jones ’86, Wendi Huling ’01, and Michelle Greendeer-Rave ’98 moderated campus discussion on treaties, as the marquee event of Treaty Day 2021.

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In Focus

Class Notes

In Memoriam

Last Word