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Wisconsin Law in Action: A University of Wisconsin Law School Podcast

Photo of UW Law School Professor Keith A. Findley.EPISODE 6: KEITH A. FINDLEY

Keith A. Findley (SSRN; Twitter: @KeithAFindley), Associate Professor of Law, discussed three recent scholarly works. “The Science and Law Underlying Post-Conviction Challenges to Shaken Baby Syndrome Convictions: A Response to Professor Imwinkelried” and “Reducing Error in the Criminal Justice System” were both published in the 2018 volume of the Seton Hall Law Review. Prof. Findley also contributed to the Madison Police Department Policy & Procedure Ad Hoc Committee Final Report in October 2019.

The interview was conducted on December 5, 2019. | 34:38 minutes; published Jan. 15, 2020.

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Photo of Prof. David S. Schwartz.EPISODE 5: DAVID S. SCHWARTZ

David S. Schwartz (SSRN), Foley & Lardner Bascom Professor of Law, discussed his new book, “The Spirit of the Constitution: John Marshall and the 200-Year Odyssey of McCulloch v. Maryland”, where he chronicles 200 years in the life of one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court cases in history.

The interview was conducted on November 26, 2019. | 14:47 minutes; published Dec. 9, 2019. Transcript file (PDF).

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Photo of Prof. Gaines in front of law books.EPISODE 4- MEG GAINES

Meg Gaines (SSRN; Twitter: @MegGaines1), Distinguished Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Patient Partnerships recently discussed two articles- a forthcoming article on prior authorization reversals and “How HIPAA Harms Care, and How to Stop It,” both coauthored with Donald Berwick, M.D. Link to Meg’s TEDMED Talk on related topics.

The interview was conducted on October 23, 2019. | 26:46 minutes; published Nov. 25, 2019. Transcript file (PDF).

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Photo of Prof. Michele LaVigne.EPISODE 3- MICHELE LAVIGNE

Michele LaVigne, Distinguished Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Public Defender Project recently discussed her article “Under the Hood: Brendan Dassey, Language Impairments, and Judicial Ignorance” (coauthored with Sally Miles). This article discusses the case of Brendan Dassey, one of the two subjects of the Netflix documentary “Making A Murderer,” and whether his developmental delays contributed to his confession to the murder.

The interview was conducted on October 7, 2019. | 26:32 minutes; published Nov. 1, 2019. Transcript file (PDF).

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Photo of UW Law Professor BJ Ard.EPISODE 2- BJ ARD

BJ Ard, Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School, sat down with UW Law Librarians this month to discuss his working paper on “Market Refusal in Copyright.” Professor Ard (SSRN; Twitter: @bj_ard) is inspired by how the law responds to technology-based challenges and a 2014 Supreme Court decision sparked the idea for this paper.

The interview was conducted on September 12, 2019. | 15:12 minutes; published September 23, 2019. Transcript file (PDF).

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Photo of Professor Yaron Nili.EPISODE 1- YARON NILI

Yaron Nili, Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School, discusses his recently published article, Successor CEOs. Professor Nili (Twitter: @YNili) explains what led him to research this topic and the larger impact the paper will have on Corporate Governance research.

The interview was conducted on June 28, 2019. | 12:20 minutes; published September 18, 2019. Transcript file (PDF).

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