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Last Word – Spring 2023
Elizabeth Gracie ’83 dreamed of attending law school, all the while growing up in Wisconsin. Fast forward to 2023: Gracie has a prominent practice representing real estate developers, corporations and not-for-profit organizations in complex property tax matters in Chicago.
In Memoriam – Spring 2023
John Rowe ’70, Lifetime Supporter of Research and Education at UW A longtime supporter of research and education and a leader in the energy industry, John Rowe ’70 died Sept. 24, 2022. Rowe helped University …
Class Notes – Spring 2023
1970s Thomas K. Zander ’77 is the 2022 recipient of the Wisconsin Equal Justice Fund’s Howard B. Eisenberg Lifetime Achievement Award. Zander was the executive director of the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee Inc. from …
Kathryn Jackson ’11: From Entrepreneur to Consultant
Kathryn Jackson ’11 is perfectly suited to help entrepreneurs. Because she’s literally been in their shoes.
Ringhand Helps Students ‘Think Deeply About Important Issues’
The path to becoming a law professor wasn’t a straight one for Lori Ringhand ’97, a nationally known U.S. Supreme Court scholar.
From Teacher to Student
Building community, advocating for others and helping them to advocate for themselves: These are the things that drive Taylor Gilbertson (a second-year Law student) and that brought her to University of Wisconsin Law School.
From Helpless to Empowered
Now a third-year student at University of Wisconsin Law School, Karen Suárez Jiménez has experienced the thrill of helping clients win their asylum cases through the Immigrant Justice Clinic.
A Calling to Public Defense
Even as a middle schooler, Clayton Cavanaugh knew he wanted to go to law school to become a public defender. He wasn’t satisfied with the world he saw reflected in the media or overheard in snippets of adults’ conversations.
Making Space for Belonging
Jodi Chung doesn’t let barriers stand in her way. Until age 6, she lived in an orphanage in China and was unable to walk because of congenital hip dysplasia. After she was adopted by a Wisconsin couple, she worked hard to learn English and powered through excruciating physical therapy after multiple surgeries.