Wisconsin Law in Action is a monthly podcast featuring new or forthcoming scholarship from the University of Wisconsin Law School. The podcast explores a variety of legal topics and examines new developments in the legal academic field by discussing these topics with UW Law School Faculty.
Dean Daniel Tokaji Podcast Interview: Episode 17
An interview with Dean Daniel P. Tokaji of the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Dean Tokaji discusses two recent pieces he authored on election law as well as an upcoming article relying on the scholarship of Neil Komesar, University of Wisconsin Law School Professor Emeritus.
Dean Tokaji's work is especially relevant today and he has excellent insights into the future of truth and democracy.
Stewart Macaulay Podcast Interview: Episode 16
An interview with Stewart Macaulay, Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Prof. Macaulay discusses a recently-released book on his work and influence on contract law, as well as several lesser-known articles he authored.
Alta Charo Podcast Interview: Episode 15
An interview with R. Alta Charo, the Warren P. Knowles Professor of Law and Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin.
Prof. Charo discusses the development of COVID-19 treatments and vaccines and the procedures and legal issues that surround each.
Cecelia Klingele Podcast Interview: Episode 14
An interview with Cecelia M. Klingele, Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Prof. Klingele discusses two recently published articles, "Labeling Violence" and "Making Sense of Risk."
Steven Wright Podcast Interview: Episode 13
An interview with Steven Wright, Clinical Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Innocence Project at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Prof. Wright discusses his debut novel, "The Coyotes of Carthage."
Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender, and Society EIC Interview: Episode 12
An interview with the EIC of the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender, and Society at the University of Wisconsin Law School.