Episode 13: Steven Wright

A remotely-recorded podcast interview with Steven Wright, University of Wisconsin Clinical Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Wisconsin Innocence Project. Prof. Wright also lectures in the creative writing department. Prof. Wright (Twitter: @stevenhwright) discusses his …

Episode 12: WJLGS EIC

A remotely-recorded podcast interview with Helenka Budzynska Mietka, the incoming Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender, and Society editor-in-chief. Helenka begins by discussing her academic background and interests and then moves into the history of WJLGS. …

Episode 11: WILJ EIC

A remotely-recorded podcast interview with Emily Capodarco, the outgoing Wisconsin International Law Journal editor-in-chief. Emily discusses her scholarly background and research interests and the history of WILJ (est. 1982). Emily also talks about how WILJ …

Episode 10: Wisconsin Law Review EICs

A special, remotely-recorded podcast episode featuring the outgoing and incoming editors-in-chief of the Wisconsin Law Review, the University of Wisconsin’s flagship journal. Olivia Radics (outgoing) and Anya Gersoff (incoming) discuss the Law Review and its …

Episode 9: Richard Monette

Richard Monette, University of Wisconsin Law School Professor and Director of the Great Lakes Indian Law Center discusses a series of initiatives he is involved with and several working papers he is working on. Prof. …

Episode 8: Tonya Brito

Tonya L. Brito, Jefferson Burrus-Bascom Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin Law School and Faculty Affiliate with the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin, discussed her recently published article, “The …

Episode 7: Yaron Nili

Yaron Nili, Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School, discussed his recently published article, “Board Diversity by Term Limits?”, coauthored with Darren Rosenblum. Professor Nili (SSRN; Twitter: @YNili)’s article is the first article to academically …

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 …

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 …

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 …