Here is the latest faculty scholarship from the UW Law School Legal Studies Research Paper Series via SSRN.
- Historic, Comparative and Evolutionary Analysis of Tax Systems by Allison Christians, University of Wisconsin Law School
- The Law of Global Space: Rethinking the Legalization of World Politics by David M. Trubek, University of Wisconsin Law School and M. Patrick Cottrell, Linfield College – Political Science
- Breakdown in the Language Zone: The Prevalence of Language Impairments Among Juvenile and Adult Offenders and Why it Matters by Michele Lavigne, University of Wisconsin – Madison and Gregory Van Rybroek, Mendota Mental Health Institute
- The Semi-Autonomous Judge in Colonial India: Chivalric Imperialism Meets Anglo-Islamic Dower and Divorce Law by Mitra J. Sharafi, University of Wisconsin Law School
In addition, here are some recent publications authored or co-authored by clinical faculty at the UW Law School.
- Leslie Shear co-authored an article in the September 2010 volume of the American Psychologist that examines research on children’s contact with their incarcerated parents, and recommends best practices for such contact.
- Ken Streit and Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisolm co-authored an article in the September 2010 edition of the Wisconsin Lawyer that outlines problems with Wisconsin’s Truth-in-Sentencing scheme and recommends legislative changes.
- Keith Findley participated in Cardozo Law School’s 2009 symposium on prosecutors’ disclosure obligations, and acted as the reporter for a working group that described a “best practices” disclosure process for prosecutors’ offices. This report was included in the June 2010 volume of the Cardozo Law Review.
- In addition, a few months ago, Keith’s article entitled “Innocence Protection in the Appellate Project” was published in the Marquette Law Review.