On Family Law in the Military
Recent court and legislative actions affect the division of military retirement pay and physical placement schedules for divorcing military families. Giving courts the discretion to do what is right on a case-by-case basis is paramount, considering the variety of life circumstances that presents itself in family court.
Race and Policing: A Roadmap to Reform
For decades, interactions between police and people of color have often been tense and even violent. Prof. Samuel Walker discusses efforts to address racial bias and reform policing techniques.
Summer in Wisconsin: Resources for Tourism and Hospitality Law
Fishing, boating, camping, festivals and concerts, cooling off at a water park – all usual activities of summer in Wisconsin. But what happens when something goes wrong? Here are resources to help with your research into tourism and hospitality law.