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Kase and lawyer Gregory Wiercioch of the University of Wisconsin Law School, successfully obtained an execution stay last Wednesday for Panetti, seven hours before he was to be put to death for the 1992 fatal shooting of his in-laws.
The Outstanding Academic Award for distinguished academic achievement in the nonprofit sector went to Mark Sidel, Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wisc.
This would make sense, from the viewpoint of quality assurance, only if the University of Wisconsin Law School graduates are, on average, better than those of any other law school, including Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, and Yale.
David Logan, dean of the Roger Williams law school, welcomed participants to the symposium, and University of Wisconsin Law School professor Marc Galanter followed with a historical overview of the tort "reform" movement.
Alta Charo, a bioethicist at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Alta Charo, a professor of law and bioethics at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
By August of 1995, I had finished my treatments and returned to my teaching job at University of Wisconsin Law School at Madison, where in 1998 I was named assistant dean for student and academic affairs.
Shields (Mark's GenX daughter) is a student at University of Wisconsin Law School and has experience recruiting Generation Xers to staff non profit public interest advocacy, organizations.