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Report: UW System schools are falling behind their peers

Freezing tuition at the University of Wisconsin without adding more state money to offset the loss has contributed to the system falling behind similar institutions and harming its ability to compete, according to a report by the Wisconsin Policy Forum released on Tuesday.

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UW regents approve free speech resolution

University of Wisconsin System leaders approved a resolution re-affirming their commitment to free speech Friday, as a bill that would punish students who disrupt campus speakers works its way through the Legislature.

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THE DARK SIDE: I send personal emails on my work computer

I’d like to propose an experiment. We all have friends who are judges, prosecutors, public defenders, city attorneys or lawyers with state agencies. I suggest that you send to one of your friends an email at their work account that is totally unrelated to work. Maybe something along the lines of: “That David Ziemer is such a jackass; I hate ...

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Just a bit of direction

Did you know that both the University of Wisconsin’s law library and Marquette’s law library offer great legal research guides? While they are obviously written with their students in mind, these guides can be of great assistance when starting research in a new or unfamiliar area of law. Both websites offer tips and resources for a variety of areas. For ...

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Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge John Siefert feels pretty good about his chances in next spring's election.

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