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Pass/Fail Option Forms for Fall 2008

   Pass/Fail Option Forms for Fall 2008 (cosmic orange in color) were distributed in the front of your hangfile. This form must be returned by December 3,  2008 by 4:30 PM to Rm. 5106.  No exceptions!! There is a&nbs ...

Posted Oct 21, 2008 by Jane Ford Bennett, Senior Grade Reporter

Voter Registration Information

With the Tuesday, Nov. 4 presidential election drawing near, we would like to encourage UW-Madison students to register and vote. This e-mail provides accurate information about voting and voter registration to help you dispel misinformation ...

Posted Oct 20, 2008 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

2Ls: Board of Bar Examiners Flyer

TO: 2nd-Year University of Wisconsin Law StudentsRE: Character and Fitness CertificationGraduates of the University of Wisconsin Law School are required, as part of the diplomaprivilege admission process, to file with the Board of Bar Examiners ...

Posted Oct 20, 2008 by Kevin Kelly

3Ls: Board of Bar Examiners flyer

TO: University of Wisconsin Law Students graduating in 2009FROM: April Stegmann, Bar Application ManagerBen Hopkins, Character and Fitness InvestigatorRE: Diploma Privilege - Character and Fitness CertificationWisconsin Supreme Court Rule 40.06( ...

Posted Oct 17, 2008 by Kevin Kelly

December 2008 Graduate Reminder

    Greetings: If you might be an December 2008 graduate, this message is for you. Pursuant to Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules, you must file a bar admission application with the Board of Bar Examiners (BBE) no later than 30 ...

Posted Oct 17, 2008 by Kevin Kelly

Correction: How to do Credit changes for variable credit courses (Fall 2008)

 2L and 3L Students:  In order to do credit changes on variable credit courses after Sept. 26 On My UW Student Center, recently the "course change request" link location was moved and not readily seen.   Go to  MY UW ...

Posted Oct 10, 2008 by Jane Ford Bennett, Senior Grade Reporter

November 8 MPRE Registration Information

Every state except Wisconsin, Washington (the State of Washington, not D.C.), and Maryland requires that you pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam in order to be admitted to practice law there.  The MPRE is offered thre ...

Posted Sep 30, 2008 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

1L students mid-terms on Laptops

Greetings:This is an important message for all first-year students concerning laptop computer use for mid-term exams.Some of your courses may have upcoming mid-terms exams for which you may use a laptop computer (ask your instructor).  Note ...

Posted Sep 24, 2008 by newsletter

Oct. 3: Faculty to help 1Ls with outlining and studying

On Friday, October 3, we will not hold first year classes. Instead, we will require first year students to attend a morning discussion with 1L professors on important study skills. Among other things, faculty will show students how to make ...

Posted Sep 22, 2008 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

3Ls: November 8 MPRE registration deadline is approaching

Every state except Wisconsin, Washington (the State of Washington, not D.C.), and Maryland requires that you pass the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam in order to be admitted to practice law there.  The MPRE is offered three t ...

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

'08 Summer Grades Reported

Grades reported page

Posted Sep 9, 2008 by newsletter

Fri 9/12 last day to ADD a course

   This Friday, Sept 12th, is the last day to add a course.* If it is important to you, please double-check with your instructor to see if the pass-fail option is available in that course.  The pass-fail information reflected on ...

Posted Sep 9, 2008 by newsletter

Wed 9/10, DROP deadline...

   Please note that tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept 10th, is the last day to drop a course without a "withdrawal" notice appearing on your transcript.* If it is important to you, please double-check with your instructor to see if the pass-fa ...

Posted Sep 9, 2008 by newsletter

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

New Procedure - Change Spring 2008 credits before April 30

Students (L2s & L3s): There is a new procedure for doing credit changes for Spring 2008. Go on-line and do a Course Change Request which is done through your Student Center in My UW Madison (http://my.wisc.edu) by clicking on the 'Course C ...

Posted Apr 15, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

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

Attention Graduating Students: Countdown to Commencement: Your checklist for your May graduation

Graduation is approaching quickly! It is a wonderful celebration, and there are a number of events for you, your friends, and your family. For all of the details and information, please visit the graduation web site .

Posted Apr 15, 2008 by Kim Frank, Alumni & Student Services Coordinator

Community Supervision Legal Assistance Project (CSLAP) Enrollment for Fall 2008 - Spring 2009

Community Supervision Legal Assistance Project (CSLAP) Academic Year Clinical Project Fall 2008 - Spring 2009 Open to Second and Third Year Students Fall 2008: 4-5 clinical credits (# 854/ Sec. 018) plus 2 credit seminar (# 907) Spring 2009: ...

Posted Apr 9, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

DEADLINE APRIL 4 to Reschedule Spring 2008 Exams

If you have an exam schedule conflict, see Law School Rule 6.03, fill out form "Petition to Reschedule an Exam" copies are in Rm. 5106 or you can fill it out on Law School website: http://law.wisc.edu/current/forms.htm It must be approved by R ...

Posted Apr 2, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Applications to Remington Center's Criminal Appeals Project for 2008-09

Remington Center=s CRIMINAL APPEALS PROJECT is now taking applications for next year=s class. In this clinical project, students represent two actual clients on the appeal of their criminal convictions while taking a course in Appellate Advocac ...

Posted Mar 24, 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

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

Changing credits Spring 2008 (new form on-line)

A new on-line Course Change Request process now replaces the old Course Change Form and is to be used only after a deadline has passed. (deadline was Feb. 15) It should be used for changing credits, changing sections, and (adding or canceling pa ...

Posted Mar 13, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

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

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

Student Meeting with Faculty Candidate

Professor Noah Zatz will be visiting the law school on Friday, February 8th. He will give a presentation at noon, and then Professor Zatz will be meeting with students at 1:30 pm in Lubar Commons (Room 7200). Snacks will be provided. Students ar ...

Posted Feb 5, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Spring 2008 - How to Do Credit Changes

After February 15, credit changes must be done on the UW Registrar's website on a course change form as a credit change : Fill out the form at http://registrar.wisc.edu/forms/student/course_change_form.php Enter the number of credits that you ...

Posted Feb 1, 2008 by Jane Ford Bennett, Senior Grade Reporter

Spring 2008 Add/Drop Deadlines

*JANUARY 30, 2008: Last day to DROP courses or withdraw without DR or W grade notation on Transcript. *FEBRUARY 1, 2008: Last Day to ADD your first class without Departmental & Dean's permission.

Posted Jan 25, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

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

Law School Bookmart Hours

Law School Bookmart Hours for the start of term: Monday, August 27th: CLOSED Tuesday, August 28th: 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. (2Ls/3Ls ONLY) Wednesday, August 29th: 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. (2Ls/3Ls ONLY) Thursday, August 30th: 1Ls ONLY (NO sales to 2Ls/ ...

Posted Aug 16, 2007 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

Facing Life

The Institute for Legal Studies and the Remington Center invite you to: A special preview screening of the new documentary film Facing Life: The Retrial of Evan Zimmerman Thursday, April 27 Pizza and soda in Lubar Commons at 5:30 pm Scree ...

Posted Apr 24, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

John Pray and Keith Findley on the Wisconsin Innocence Project, Academy Evening free talk, Tues., April 11, 7-8:30 p.m., Overture Center

UW-Madison law professors John Pray and Keith Findley run the Wisconsin Innocence Project, which has freed several life-sentence prisoners based on revisiting their cases using DNA evidence. We'll hear from Pray, Findley, and a wrongly convicted ...

Posted Apr 10, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Affordable Health Care: Four Wisconsin Proposals

A forum sponsored by the Center for Patient Partnerships at the University of Wisconsin Law School and hosted by Progressive Dane and The Edgewood College Human Issues Program. Thursday, April 6th 6:30 to 8:30 at Edgewood College's Anderson Aud ...

Posted Apr 10, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Law and Development in Korea: Contemporary History in Retrospect

The East Asian Legal Studies Center is pleased to announce Law and Development in Korea: Contemporary History in Retrospect by Prof. Chang Hee Lee, Seoul National University Friday, April 14, 2006 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Lubar Commons (Law School ...

Posted Apr 10, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

John Pray and Keith Findley on the Wisconsin Innocence Project, Academy Evening free talk, Tues., April 11, 7-8:30 p.m., Overture Center

UW-Madison law professors John Pray and Keith Findley run the Wisconsin Innocence Project, which has freed several life-sentence prisoners based on revisiting their cases using DNA evidence. We'll hear from Pray, Findley, and a wrongly convicted ...

Posted Apr 3, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Affordable Health Care: Four Wisconsin Proposals

A forum sponsored by the Center for Patient Partnerships at the University of Wisconsin Law School and hosted by Progressive Dane and The Edgewood College Human Issues Program. Thursday, April 6th 6:30 to 8:30 at Edgewood College's Anderson Au ...

Posted Mar 31, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Law and Development in Korea: Contemporary History in Retrospect

The East Asian Legal Studies Center is pleased to announce Law and Development in Korea: Contemporary History in Retrospect by Prof. Chang Hee Lee, Seoul National University Friday, April 14, 2006 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Lubar Commons (Law School ...

Posted Mar 31, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Dr. Mustafa Ceric, Grand Mufi of Bosnia to speak at the Law School

The Global Legal Studies Initiative of the Institute for Legal Studies announces the following talk: Rebuilding Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Relevance of Islamic Law by His Eminence, Dr. Mustafa Ceric, Grand Mufti of Bosnia Dr. Ceric serves as spr ...

Posted Mar 31, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

John Pray and Keith Findley on the Wisconsin Innocence Project, Academy Evening free talk, Tues., April 11, 7-8:30 p.m., Overture Center

UW-Madison law professors John Pray and Keith Findley run the Wisconsin Innocence Project, which has freed several life-sentence prisoners based on revisiting their cases using DNA evidence. We'll hear from Pray, Findley, and a wrongly convicted ...

Posted Mar 28, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Humanitarian Intervention After 9/11

University of Wisconsin Law School, Room 2260 March 31, 2006 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM After Rwanda, Bosnia, and Kosovo, military intervention for the purpose of human protection was a major topic of discussion in the late 1990s and into the new mill ...

Posted Mar 28, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Humanitarian Intervention After 9/11

University of Wisconsin Law School, Room 2260 March 31, 2006 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM After Rwanda, Bosnia, and Kosovo, military intervention for the purpose of human protection was a major topic of discussion in the late 1990s and into the new mill ...

Posted Mar 21, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Humanitarian Intervention After 9/11

University of Wisconsin Law School, Room 2260 March 31, 2006 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM After Rwanda, Bosnia, and Kosovo, military intervention for the purpose of human protection was a major topic of discussion in the late 1990s and into the new mill ...

Posted Mar 14, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Dr. Mustafa Ceric, Grand Mufi of Bosnia to speak at the Law School

The Global Legal Studies Initiative of the Institute for Legal Studies announces the following talk: Rebuilding Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Relevance of Islamic Law by His Eminence, Dr. Mustafa Ceric, Grand Mufti of Bosnia Dr. Ceric serves as spr ...

Posted Mar 10, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Polar Plunge

Well done to everyone who volunteered to plunge, those who raised money, and those who contributed. This year the law school raised $4,445.77 to support Special Olympics Wisconsin. This is an outstanding total that eclipses the amount we raise ...

Posted Mar 10, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Humanitarian Intervention After 9/11

University of Wisconsin Law School, Room 2260 March 31, 2006 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM After Rwanda, Bosnia, and Kosovo, military intervention for the purpose of human protection was a major topic of discussion in the late 1990s and into the new mill ...

Posted Mar 7, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Humanitarian Intervention After 9/11

University of Wisconsin Law School, Room 2260 March 31, 2006 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM After Rwanda, Bosnia, and Kosovo, military intervention for the purpose of human protection was a major topic of discussion in the late 1990s and into the new mill ...

Posted Feb 28, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Humanitarian Intervention After 9/11

University of Wisconsin Law School, Room 2260 March 31, 2006 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM After Rwanda, Bosnia, and Kosovo, military intervention for the purpose of human protection was a major topic of discussion in the late 1990s and into the new mill ...

Posted Feb 21, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

ABA Law Student Division: National Student Directors

The ABA Law Student Division is now taking applications for National Student Directors for each of the Division's four national competitions: 1. Arbitration Competition 2. Client Counseling Competition 3. National Appellate ...

Posted Feb 20, 2006 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs


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