The University of Wisconsin Law School's Office of Career and Professional Development looks forward to working with you and meeting your recruiting
needs. If there is anything we can do to make your recruiting at Wisconsin
more convenient, please contact us at 608-262-7856. If you would like us to post an available position at your organization, please use the "Post a Job for a Student or an Alum" link below.
Services We Provide to Employers
Our general services to
- Post a Job for a Student or an Alum
- Access Symplicity, the On-Line Job Bank
- Resume Collection
- The UW Law School's Grading System and Class Standing Tables
Any employer who seeks the assistance of the Office of Career and Professional Development and/or our facilities for interviewing and other placement functions shall observe and agree to the University of Wisconsin Law School’s principle of equal opportunity, which states:
In accordance with applicable federal and state statutes and regulations, it has been, and will continue to be, the policy of the University of Wisconsin-Madison to protect and provide redress against discrimination in the employment of qualified individuals on the basis of age, race,color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, arrest record, conviction record, veteran status or membership in the national guard, state defense force or any other reserve component of the military forces of the United States or Wisconsin.
By checking the box when entering a position, you are agreeing to abide by the above policy. Penalties for violating the above policy may include denial of University assistance and facilities.
The University of Wisconsin Law School is a nationally recognized law school drawing students from around the country. With its central location, the UW Law School appeals to students from both coasts and from the south; New York, California, Virginia and Texas are well-represented in each year's entering class. While many students desire to stay in the area, half of our students will choose to practice outside of Wisconsin.What Employers Say About Our Students
According to a recent survey of employers who hire our graduates, our students are highly regarded, well prepared for practice, and particularly strong in legal analysis and creative thinking. The Law School's commitment to recruiting and educating students who have the maturity and judgment to assume responsibility and work easily with others enables our students to perform well in a variety of work environments.
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