Hastie Fellows

The University of Wisconsin established the Hastie Fellowship in 1973. It honors William H. Hastie (1904-1976), a lawyer, teacher, jurist and civil rights advocate who championed the importance of high-quality legal education. University of Wisconsin Law School Professor James E. Jones, Jr. (1924-2014), well-known as a leading expert in labor law and as the architect of several significant programs aimed at achieving greater racial equality in the work force, was a moving force in creating this program.

Below is a list of participants in the Hastie Fellowship program. The Hastie Fellow's name is linked to their SSRN page, their LinkedIn page or to their current institution's repository page where available.  If there are any errors or omissions, please contact the UW Law School Repository administrators.