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1L Book Scholarship Program for Spring 2009

The State Bar of Wisconsin's Diversity Outreach Committee will offer a limited number of scholarships in the spring of 2009 to reimburse the cost of law school books. First year students of diverse backgrounds can apply for the reimbursements if ...

Posted Nov 24, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

1Ls: Additional Information About State Bar Diversity Clerkship Program

If you were unable to attend the informational session on Tuesday Nov. 11 about the State Bar of Wisconsin's Diversity Clerkship Program for 1Ls, you can pick up the application form and the informational brochurein the Career Services Office. P ...

Posted Nov 17, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

1Ls: Diversity Scholarship Announcements

The following new scholarships have been announced for 1Ls: 1. Davis Wright Tremain: the firm is offering three scholarships, which consist of a paid Summer Clerkship for 2009 and $7,500 for the student’s second year tuition and expenses. Two ...

Posted Nov 17, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

2Ls: Summer 2009 Remington Center Externship Opportunities

   Applications are now being accepted at the Remington Center from second-year law students interested in a criminal justice-related externship for the summer of 2009. There are three distinct projects: the Prosecution Project; the De ...

Posted Nov 17, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Program on Searching for Summer Opportunities

   On Wednesday, November 19, in Room 2260, Career Services staff will present information and answer questions about how to search for summer employment opportunities. All first and second year law students are welcome to attend. We w ...

Posted Nov 17, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

1Ls and the December 1st Rule

   The organization that created the December 1st rule is the National Association for Law Placement (NALP), which is an organization that most law schools and most very large law firms belong to.  NALP adopted a rule, years ag ...

Posted Nov 17, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Pro Bono Partnership Project

Are you interested in working on short-term projects to gain practical legal experience while helping people in need? If so, then you might be interested in participating in the Law School's Pro Bono Partnership Project! The Pro Bono Partnership ...

Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Join the Public Interest Email Listserv!

If you would like to be added to the public interest email listserv maintained by Kristin Davis in the Career Services Office, please email Kristin at kristindavis@wisc.edu . Through membership in the listserv, you will be notified about public ...

Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Special 3L

On Wednesday, November 12, the Law School and the Career Services Office will be hosting the annual " Get Ready to Graduate" event for 3Ls. Third-year students are invited to drop by the north end of the Law School Atrium anytime ...

Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Career Services Orientation Video

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Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

State Bar of Wisconsin Diversity Clerkship Program

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Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Check out the NALP Mail Merge Feature

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Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

RSVP For Lunch With Lawyers – Family Law - On Nov. 19

The State Bar of Wisconsin’s popular Lunch With Lawyers Program continues on Wednesday, November 19, 2008 from 12:30 – 1:30 in RM. 5246. Lawyers from the Family Law section of the State Bar will be here to discuss their career paths, what th ...

Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Faculty Workshops on Exams Nov. 14

On Friday morning, Nov. 14, we will provide you with faculty-led workshops on exam taking. Classes will be cancelled on Friday to allow you to participate. In the workshops, professors will explain good and badanswers to sample exam problems. Pl ...

Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Lexis and Westlaw Training Sessions

Be sure to attend one of the training sessions being presented by Lexis and Westlaw that will teach you how to utilize a vast number of on-line career-related resources. This information will be extremely helpful to you in your job searches over ...

Posted Nov 10, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

BAR/BRI MPRE REVIEW

   BAR/BRI MPRE REVIEW What:  BAR/BRI MPRE Review When:  Saturday, November 1, 2008 Where: University of Wisconsin Law School ­ Room 3253 Time:    10am ­ 3pm If you have any questions please co ...

Posted Oct 27, 2008 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE EXTERN PROGRAM

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Posted Oct 20, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Lunch with Lawyers - Real Property, Probate, and Trust & Estates. RM 5246 from 12:30 - 1:30

The State Bar of Wisconsin is continuing its "Lunch with Lawyers" series this Fall on Oct. 22nd, in RM 5246 from 12:30 - 1:30. Lawyers from the Real Property, Probate, and Trust & Estates section of the State Bar will be here to discuss ...

Posted Oct 16, 2008 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (the "MPRE")

      Please note that every state except Wisconsin, Washington, and Maryland requires that you sit for and pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (the "MPRE") in order to be admitted to practice law there.  The MPRE is of ...

Posted May 28, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Are You Interested In Post-Graduate Fellowships?

If so, please attend an informative presentation on the various kinds of post-graduate fellowships that are available, and the application process. Vicky Selkowe (\'03) will be joining us to give tips on applying for the Skadden Fellowship (Vic ...

Posted May 12, 2008 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

Loan Repayment Assistance Grant Applications Available

If you have secured, or hope to secure, a post-graduate position with a non-profit organization or government agency with an annual salary of $43,000 or less, you may qualify for a Loan Repayment Assistance Grant. Applications are available in ...

Posted Apr 15, 2008 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE EXTERN PROGRAM

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS UNTIL 4/01/08 FOR FALL 2008 HANDS-ON LITIGATION EXPERIENCE The Wisconsin Department of Justice Extern Program offers law students a unique opportunity next fall to gain hands-on experience in public advocacy and litigati ...

Posted Mar 25, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Employment Opportunities at the United States Dept. of Justice

On Tuesday, April 8, from 12:30 to 1:30 in Room 2260, representatives of the United States Department of Justice will talk about legal employment opportunities at the U.S. DOJ for rising 2Ls and rising 3Ls, through the Summer Law Intern Program ...

Posted Mar 18, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Informational Program about Fall On-Campus Interviewing and Off-Campus Recruitment Programs

On Thursday April 3, and again on Monday April 7, from 12:30 to 1:30, Career Services staff will present an orientation program to explain to 1Ls and 2Ls how our fall on-campus interviewing program will operate this fall, including the most impo ...

Posted Mar 18, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Upcoming Judicial Clerkship Programming

Over the next few weeks, the Career Services Office will be hosting programming on numerous topics related to clerkships. These programs will answer many of your questions about researching judges, creating competitive applications, the timing ...

Posted Mar 13, 2008 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

Register by April 9 for OFF-Campus Recruitment Programs

The UW Law School participates in three off-campus recruiting programs in order to give students increased access to a broad range of employers and to accommodate employers who are unable to participate in our on-campus interviews. The off-campu ...

Posted Mar 12, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Information Sessions on Fulbright Fellowships

Erin Crawley, Fellowships Advisor in the International Institute at UW-Madison, will hold several information sessions about Fulbright fellowship programs during the spring semester. It is not too early to begin preparing for Fulbright applicat ...

Posted Mar 12, 2008 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

Email Listserv for Post-Graduate Judicial Clerkship Opportunities

If you are interested in post-graduate judicial clerkship opportunities, particularly for clerkships that would begin in 2009, you should add yourself to the Career Services' clerkship email listserv. Through the listserv, you will be notified ...

Posted Mar 12, 2008 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

Life "In House" -- Practicing Law in a Corporate Legal Department

From 4 to 5:30 in Lubar Commons (Room 7200) on Tuesday, April 1, lawyers who are members of the Wisconsin chapter of the American Corporate Counsel Association will present a program describing what it is like to practice law "in house" -- i.e., ...

Posted Mar 6, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Twin Cities Day, Wednesday March 5, from 1 - 4 in the Atrium

On Wednesday, March 5th, from 1 - 4 in the Atrium, 14 Minneapolis area legal employers will be here for Twin Cities Day. We'll have UW alumni attorneys and Recruiting Directors here from firms that recruit on-campus in the fall. The employers we ...

Posted Feb 28, 2008 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

Lunch with Lawyers - Criminal Law Section on Wednesday, March 5 from 12:30 - 1:30 in RM 2260

On Wednesday, March 5th, from 12:30 to 1:30 in RM. 2260, is the next State Bar of Wisconsin Lunch with Lawyers Program. Attorneys from the Criminal Law Section will be here to discuss their career paths, the type of work they do, and provide tip ...

Posted Feb 28, 2008 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

Chicago Day on Tuesday, March 4th in the Atrium from 1 - 4

On Tuesday, March 4th, from 1 - 4 in the Atrium, 11 Chicago area law firms will be here for Chicago Day. UW alumni attorneys and Recruiting Directors will be here to talk to students about their firms and their practice areas. This is a great wa ...

Posted Feb 28, 2008 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

Distinguishing Yourself through International Law Opportunities- Monday March 3rd from 12 - 1 in RM 5246

On Monday, March 3rd, at noon, in Room 5246, Professor Matt Wilson, who is Associate Dean of Temple University Law School's Tokyo campus, will be at the Law School to make a one-hour presentation on the topic of "Distinguishing Yourself Through ...

Posted Feb 28, 2008 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

Wisconsin Public Interest Job Fair

Bidding is now open for the annual Wisconsin Public Interest Job Fair, which will be held on two consecutive Saturdays in February. On Saturday, February 9, Milwaukee area employers will interview at Marquette Law School, and on Saturday, Febru ...

Posted Jan 17, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference

The 20th annual Midwest Public Interest Law Career Conference will be held in Chicago on Saturday, February 2, 2008. The Conference brings together students and public interest employers from around the country (particularly from the midwest) t ...

Posted Nov 27, 2007 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

Yale Journal of International Law Young Scholars' Conference

The Yale Journal of International Law (YJIL) is accepting submissions for its Young Scholars' Conference, which will take place on March 1, 2008. The Conference aims to encourage scholarship in international law among current J.D. students by gi ...

Posted Oct 17, 2007 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

ABA Judicial Intern Opportunity Program

The ABA Section of Litigation will begin accepting applications on October 1, from 2Ls, and on December 1, from 1Ls, for its 2007-2008 Judicial Intern Opportunity Program, which is a full-time, six-week-minimum, summer internship open to all fir ...

Posted Oct 3, 2007 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Fall OCI Bidding Began July 30

Second- and third- year students who would like to participate in fall on-campus interviewing should review the information about OCI on the Law School's website at http://www.law.wisc.edu/career/introductiontofalloci.htm . Bidding for interview ...

Posted Aug 15, 2007 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Are You Interested in Post-Graduate Public Interest Fellowships?

If so, please come to an informative panel discussion, where former Skadden and Equal Justice Works fellows will discuss the benefits of their fellowships and give tips and advice on the application process. Friday, April 20 from noon - 1 p.m. ...

Posted Apr 9, 2007 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

Loan Repayment Assistance Grant Applications Available

If you graduated in December 2006, or will be graduating in May or August 2007, and have obtained, or hope to obtain, a public interest position after graduation, please apply for a Loan Repayment Assistance Grant. In order to qualify for a gra ...

Posted Apr 3, 2007 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

Frederick B. Abramson Public Interest Fellowship

The Frederick B. Abramson Memorial Foundation is accepting applications for the Frederick B. Abramson Public Interest Fellowship Award. The fellowship is awarded to one or more students graduating from law school, individuals completing judicia ...

Posted Mar 30, 2007 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

State Bar of Wisconsin - Bankruptcy Law - Lunch with Lawyers Program

The State Bar of Wisconsin and the Career Services Office are co-sponsoring an "Bankruptcy Law Lunch with Lawyers Program" on Thursday, April 12, 2007 at 12:00 pm in room 5240. This is a great opportunity to learn and ask questions about this ar ...

Posted Mar 28, 2007 by Ingrid Borwick, J.D. Advisor

Informational Program on Fall On-Campus Interviewing and Off-Campus Job Fairs in August

On Wednesday, April 11, the Career Services Office will offer two identical informational programs designed to answer students' questions about our fall on-campus interviewing program, and to explain the procedures for participating in any of th ...

Posted Mar 19, 2007 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

State Bar of Wisconsin - Elder Law - Lunch with Lawyers Program

The State Bar of Wisconsin and the Career Services Office are co-sponsoring a Elder Law - Lunch with Lawyers Program on Wednesday, March 28th, at 12:00 pm in room 5240. This is a great opportunity to learn about elder law and talk to lawyers wh ...

Posted Mar 14, 2007 by Ingrid Borwick, J.D. Advisor

Judicial Clerkship Email Listserv

If you are interested in a post-graduate judicial clerkship beginning in Fall 2008, please add yourself to a judicial clerkship email listserv maintained by Kristin Davis, Judicial Clerkship Advisor in the Career Services Office. Through the li ...

Posted Mar 12, 2007 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

Howard T. Markey Memorial Scholarship

An award of $10,000, in memory of Howard T. Markey, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, will be given by the Federal Circuit Bar Association to a law student showing financial need, demonstrated academic promise, and an inter ...

Posted Mar 9, 2007 by Ingrid Borwick, J.D. Advisor

Giles Sutherland Rish Memorial Scholarship/ William S. Bullinger Scholarship

An award of $10,000, in memory of Giles S. Rich, Circuit Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, will be given by the Federal Circuit Bar Association to a law student showing financial need and demonstrated academic promis ...

Posted Mar 9, 2007 by Ingrid Borwick, J.D. Advisor

Children's Justice Project Fellowships

Each year, the Children's Justice Project (CJP) awards fellowships to students up to $5,000 for ten to twelve weeks of summer legal work that benefits children. CJP fellows must work for an organization or agency that is unable to pay a salary t ...

Posted Mar 7, 2007 by Kristin Davis, Public Interest Law Advisor

DuPont Legal Minority Job Fairs

The Fourteenth Annual DuPont Legal Minority Job Fairs will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2007, in three locations: Houston; Los Angeles, and Wilmington, Delaware. Student registration materials must be submitted before Tuesday, April 10, 200 ...

Posted Mar 5, 2007 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

Chicago Day at the Law School - March 14, 2007

On Wednesday, March 14, 2007, representatives from about a dozen Chicago Law Firms will be in the Atrium and available to talk to students about their organizations, what sort of work they do, what it's like to live and practice law in Chicago, ...

Posted Mar 2, 2007 by Ingrid Borwick, J.D. Advisor


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