Margaret Raymond, UW Law School’s thirteenth dean and the first woman to hold the job, moved to Madison in the summer of 2011 well-prepared to lead.
The Case for Compassionate Release
“I have to grapple with the fact that I come into my clients’ lives only because they are dying,” says Mckenna Kohlenberg.
The Last Word: Abigail Churchill ’15
“It’s ironic. As a teen growing up in a family full of lawyers, I wanted to do something different. It wasn’t until later I realized I was thinking about law all wrong.”
Class Notes, Fall 2020 Issue
Recent updates about UW Law School Alumni, where they are in their career and what recent news they have to share.
David Schwartz’s book examines 200-year history of McCulloch v. Maryland
David Schwartz’s new book came out last fall, just in time to mark a bicentennial birthday.
‘Often our communities feel invisible’
Q&A with leaders of UW’s Indigenous Law Students Association, Catelin Aiwohi and Lorenzo Gudino.
In Focus: Making it work from home
As offices shut down in response to COVID-19, many UW Law alumni found themselves working from home, often alongside new co-workers (looking at you, pets, children, housemates, and significant others).
Former Governor Tommy Thompson named UW System Interim President, Gaylord Nelson founded Earth Day 50 years ago, Aissa Olivarez won the Ilda C. Thomas Award, and more alumni news.
Alumni Spotlight: Brian Seidl ’19
5 things to know about Brian Seidl ’19. Includes shining a light on military suicides, joining Save a Warrior and more.
Scott Colom ’09 Named Forward Under 40 Award Recipient
As a change-making district attorney in his home state of Mississippi, Scott Colom loves that he has the chance to use the law to achieve justice for all.