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J.D. Grants Funding Information

INFORMATION SESSION - For information about the J.D. Grants Committee funding process for 2015-16, join us at noon on Friday, April 24, 2015, in room 3260. Students and organizations may apply to the J.D. Grants Committee for funding academicall ...

Posted Apr 21, 2015 by Ursula Weigold, Prof.

CLINIC APPLICATION DEADLINE NEXT WEEK!

Looking for an exceptional summer experience for which you can receive credits AND tuition remission? Consider applying for one of the Law School's clinical programs. There are a variety of civil and criminal clinical programs to choose from. Ea ...

Posted Nov 18, 2014 by Marsha Mansfield

EJI Summer Clinical Programs Recruiting Now!

  Come to the EJI Brown Bag on November 4, at noon, in Room 2260 to learn all about EJI's summer clinical opportunities and meet with current students to hear about their experiences.  EJI consists of the Law School's four civil clin ...

Posted Oct 30, 2014 by Marsha Mansfield

Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society announces new members

The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society, UW Law School's student-run journal devoted to the study of women and the law, is honored to welcome its new members: Lauren Bishop Keyon Brown Emily Eklund Neal Fitzgerald Claudia Harke ...

Posted Aug 12, 2014 by Katherine Gay Domina

Mock Trial program elects board members, honors award recipients

The University of Wisconsin Law School’s Mock Trial program has announced its executive board for the 2014-2015 term. Jazmyn Taitingfong, who enters her third year at UW Law School this fall, was elected president ...

Posted Apr 27, 2014 by Jazmyn J Taitingfong

Wisconsin International Law Journal elects 2014-2015 senior editorial board

Martha Mohs, a second-year student at the University of Wisconsin Law School, has been elected the editor-in-chief of the Wisconsin International Law Journal for 2014-2015. Mohs will replace acting editor-in-chief Kimberly Hardtke.  The s ...

Posted Mar 9, 2014 by Kimberly Ann Hardtke

Vis Moot Court Team earns second place in Loyola Law School Pre-Moot

University of Wisconsin Law School's Vis Moot Court team won second place at the Tenth Annual Loyola University Chicago School of Law Pre-Moot. Representing the Law School were Antonia Ferguson, Anna Dontje, Renee Parton, Iga Fikayo Keme, C ...

Posted Mar 3, 2014 by EALSC News

Civil Clinics Recruiting for Summer 2014 Students

       On October 25, at 9:00 a.m ., the Economic Justice Institute (EJI) will kick off its recruitment process for the 2014 summer and 2014-2015 school year with a COFFEE & DONUTS for interested students ...

Posted Oct 18, 2013 by Marsha Mansfield, Professor Marsha Mansfield, Director Economic Justice Institute

Wisconsin International Law Journal names 2013-14 editorial board

Travis Bohn The Wisconsin International Law Journal has named its 2013-14 editorial board, with second-year law student Travis Bohn to serve as editor-in-chief. He replaces outgoing editor-in-chief Andrew Voss. The quarterly journal ...

Posted Mar 20, 2013 by Law School News

Wisconsin Law Review elects senior editorial board for 2013-14

Melissa Lee The Wisconsin Law Review has named third-year UW Law student Melissa Lee as editor-in-chief for 2013-14. She replaces outgoing editor-in-chief Brian Bohl. The student-run journal, published six times a year, includes ar ...

Posted Mar 20, 2013 by Law School News

Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society names 2013-14 editorial board

Meredith Hudson Meredith Hudson, a second-year student at University of Wisconsin Law School, has been named editor-in-chief of the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society for 2013-14. The student-run journal, firs ...

Posted Mar 20, 2013 by Law School News

EJI Brown Bag November 6

The Economic Justice Institute is hosting a brown bag lunch to inform current students about the clinical opportunities in the community-based clinical projects for the 2013 summer and the 2013-2014 school year. Come to Room 2260 at 12:30 on Tue ...

Posted Nov 1, 2012 by Marsha Mansfield

Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society welcomes 2012-2013 Writing Program Members

The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society proudly announces its 2012-2013 Writing Program Members: Blayne SteinkrausMahima KheterpalClare CarlsonJason ReedChelsea BreneganJenny PuschKimberly LeungMeredith HudsonAlexandra BentzenMike ...

Posted Sep 6, 2012 by Rukmini Vasupuram

Criminal Appeals Project Now Accepting Applications

The Frank J. Remington Center’s Criminal Appeals Project is now accepting applications for 2012-13. This is a two-semester commitment, for 4-5 credits in the fall and 3-4 credits in the spring. This class offers hands on experience represen ...

Posted Apr 10, 2012 by Heather Kauffman

Pro Bono Program Volunteer of the Semester: Fall 2011

Jessica Moeller (2L) has been selected as the Pro Bono Program ’s Volunteer of the Semester for Fall 2011.  Jessica contributed over 50 hours of pro bono service toward a pro bono internship at Foley & Lardner, LLP and assisted ...


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Posted Jan 23, 2012 by Julia Zwak

December Graduation Information

   Information for December graduates is available at http://law.wisc.edu/current/commencement/decembercommencement.html. Information for May graduates is available at https://secure.law.wisc.edu/current/commencement/gradpreparation.ht ...

Posted Dec 9, 2011 by Amy Arntsen, Law School Registrar

Celebrate Pro Bono Week!

Celebrate Pro Bono WeekJoin us October 23-29, 2011 The UW Law School Pro Bono Program is enthusiastic to participate in the American Bar Association’s annual Celebrate Pro Bono Week. Join us on Tuesday and Wednesday in the atrium for some cak ...

Posted Oct 21, 2011 by Julia Zwak

White House & U.S. Dept. of Justice Champions of Change Event

Join President Obama to Celebrate Legal Champions of Change When: Thursday, October 13th, 12:50PM-2:00PMWhere: Lubar CommonsRSVP: On Symplicity by Wednesday, October 12th  Refreshments will be provided! This national, on-line convers ...

Posted Oct 6, 2011 by Julia Zwak

Register Now for Race Judicata-October 8th

This year marks the 22nd annual Race Judicata, hosted by UW PILF. Race Judicata is a 5K run/walk and UW PILF’s biggest fundraising event of the year. All proceeds fund summer grants for students performing unpaid public interest legal work.Rac ...

Posted Sep 23, 2011 by Mike Hall

Student Internship Opportunity

Literacy Network Board of Directors Liaison Internship Literacy Network teaches reading, writing and speaking skills to Dane County adults and families so they can achieve financial independence, good health and greater involvement in commu ...


Literacy Network

Posted Aug 15, 2011 by Marsha Mansfield

Wisconsin Law Review Welcomes New Members

Sharone AssaMarie BahooraJesse BairFrederic BehrensBrandon BergmannBrian BohlAlexandra BrousseauBrendan CochraneChip CorwinBryce CummingsKelley DaughertyBrinda DixitLuke GaeckleMatthew GiesfeldtJason GornNicholas HahnChristina HamatiIan HoweKri ...

Posted Aug 13, 2011 by Zachary P. Pfeiffer, EIC, Wis. L. Rev.

Moot Court brings home awards

Two of the UW Law School's Moot Court teams brought home awards during the Fall 2010 term. Trevor Leverson x'11 and Zach Ramirez x'11 won 3rd Place out of 26 teams at the Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition , hosted by the American ...

Posted Dec 16, 2010 by UW Law School News

Davonn Robinson freed through work of Wisconsin Innocence Project (video)

Davonn Robinson of Milwaukee spent more than four years in prison on false charges that he sexually abused two children. Now, thanks to the work of the Wisconsin Innocence Project , Robinson is a free man . "Davonn's exoneration was a moment of ...

Posted Dec 12, 2010 by UW Law School News

Moot Court Teams Excel at Recent Competitions

Trevor Leverson (3L) and Zach Ramirez (2L) placed third overall out of 26 teams at the Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C. on October 23, 2010. Zach Ramirez also won an award for Runner-Up as Best Oralist in the c ...

Posted Dec 1, 2010 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

Invitation to Participate in Research Project

I am looking for law students to participate in a study I am conducting in conjunction with researchers at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.  The study will simply require you to review some written materials from a crimina ...

Posted Nov 18, 2010 by Keith Findley

Law Review symposium addresses intergenerational equity in intellectual property

Scholars from UW and across the nation gathered at the UW Law School on Nov. 12-13 to examine intellectual property from the standpoint of intergenerational equity for the Wisconsin Law Review 's 2010 Symposium. The Symposium was hosted by UW La ...

Posted Nov 8, 2010 by UW Law School News

Trevor Leverson and Zach Ramirez win honors at Wechsler Moot Court Competition

Trevor Leverson and Zach Ramirez advanced to the semi-final round of the Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C. The competition was organized by American University Law School. 26 teams participated in the even ...

Posted Nov 2, 2010 by Davin A Widgerow

Zach Ramirez and Trevor Leverson win honors at Wechsler Moot Court Competition

Trevor Leverson and Zach Ramirez advanced to the semi-final round of the Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C. The competition was organized by American University Law School. 26 teams participated in the even ...

Posted Oct 29, 2010 by Davin A Widgerow

UW Law School community raises more than $4,600 for student's recovery

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the UW Law School have raised more than $4,600 to help one of their own recover from a tragic car accident. Jimmy Anderson (Class of 2011) was seriously injured on Aug. 24 when the vehicle he and his famil ...

Posted Oct 11, 2010 by UW Law School News

UW Law grad among "Native American 40 Under 40"

Donald "Del" Laverdure, a 1999 graduate of the UW Law School and a former William H. Hastie Fellow , has been named to the 2010 Native American 40 Under 40 list by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development . Laverdure is a ...

Posted Oct 11, 2010 by UW Law School News

Wisconsin Law Review welcomes new members

The Wisconsin Law Review has announced its new 2L members. The new members are: Wesley Anderson Roya Bahrami Nina Beck Daniel Bong Felice Borisy-Rudin Jami Crespo James DeBriyn Erik Didrikson Jayme Durkee Elizabeth Engel Kerry Gabrielson Leah ...

Posted Oct 8, 2010 by UW Law School News

UW Mock Trial Teams Sweep at AAJ Regional Competition

A first in University of Wisconsin Law School history was achieved this weekend. Wisconsin Mock Trial sent two teams to the prestigious American Association for Justice Mock Trial competition. This competition involves 224 teams from law schools ...

Posted Mar 3, 2010 by Mullen Dowdal

University of Wisconsin BLSA Makes Excellent Showing at 2010 Regionals; Member Garners Seat on National Board

 The University of Wisconsin Law School Black Law Students Association (UW BLSA) sent fifteen of its members to the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) 2010 Midwest Regional Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota. ...

Posted Feb 24, 2010 by Black Law Students Association

Locker Renewal Program

   ATTENTION ALL LAW STUDENTS: Locker Renewal Program It is time to renew your locker for the upcoming school year.  By renewing this spring you save $10 and guarantee that you will have a locker ne ...

Posted Apr 20, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin, roomreservations@law.wisc.edu

LLSA Election Meeting & Last Meeting of the Semester

    We know there have been lots of elections lately and that the semester is winding down.. but obviously elections for student organizations are extremely important ...  With that said please join us at the LLSA ELECTION M ...

Posted Apr 16, 2009 by SanJuanita Lopez

Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society Announces 2009-2010 Senior Board

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Posted Apr 9, 2009 by Dawn E Troost

Seminar: An Introduction to Immigration and Ethical Considerations

The WISCONSIN HISPANIC LAWYERS ASSOCIATION is sponsoring a CLE program, "An Introduction to Immigration and Ethical Considerations" on Friday, March 27, 2009, 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.  3.0 CLE credits (includes 1.0 EPR) applied for. Room 5264 ...

Posted Mar 24, 2009 by Marsha Mansfield

2009 Student Graduation Speaker Nominees

    Below is the list of current third year students who were nominated to speak at this year's graduation ceremony on May 15th. This list is posted outside the SBA office, and any student wishing to respectfully decline their ...

Posted Mar 23, 2009 by Vic Yanz, Student Bar Association President

IMPORTANT (but brief) LLSA MEETING

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25TH, 2009 @ 455 PM in ROOM 2211 Meeting will be about 30 minutes long but is one of the most important of the year.  Important that all if not most members attend.  Food of course will be provided. Topics to ...

Posted Mar 17, 2009 by SanJuanita Lopez

LLSA March Meeting

Save the date... mark your calendars... do what you have to do to attend the LLSA March meeting - Wednesday, March 11th @ 5 PM.  Information regarding the location will be forthcoming.  Updates and food will be provided! 

Posted Mar 8, 2009 by SanJuanita Lopez

The Impact of Gender in Criminal Law from Legislation through Incarceration

Gender and Criminal Justice The Impact of Gender in Criminal Law from Legislation through Incarceration Saturday, March 7th, 2009 10am-4pm University of Wisconsin Law School Lubar Commons- Room 7200 975 Bascom Mall Madison, WI 53706 ...

Posted Feb 12, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin, roomreservations@law.wisc.edu

Symposium on Gender and Criminal Law: March 7th, 2009

   Gender and Criminal JusticeThe Impact of Gender in Criminal Law from Legislation through IncarcerationSaturday, March 7th, 200910am-4pmUniversity of Wisconsin Law SchoolLubar Commons- Room 7200975 Bascom MallMadison, WI 53706Sponsor ...

Posted Feb 11, 2009 by Sarah Erlinder, erlinder

The 3rd Annual Michael A. Hall Middle School Mock Trial Competition

   Help local Madison students learn about the law and art of Oral Arguments   Needed : Law students willing to co-coach teams of four middle school students for the annual mock trial competition taking place on Saturday ...

Posted Feb 9, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Panel discussion on Pathways to Employment in International Law (Feb 11)

A panel discussion on Pathways to Employment in International Law will be held on Wednesday, February 11, 2009, 6-8pm in Lubar Commons (7200 Law), sponsored by the Wisconsin International Law Society, Global Legal Studies Center, American Bar As ...

Posted Feb 9, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Calling all cite-checkers!!!

Calling all cite-checkers!!!  1Ls, 2Ls, and 3Ls!    The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society is looking for students to check citations for the Spring issue.    Why cite-check? Cite-checking for ...

Posted Feb 2, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Valentines Day Rose Sale

Surprise your Valentine with a rose this Valentines Day!  The Environmental Law Society will be accepting pre-orders for red and pink roses on Wednesday, February 4 and Thursday, February 5 from 11 am – 1 pm in the Atrium.  ...

Posted Feb 2, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

LLSA's 1st Meeting of Spring 2009

Come join LLSA as we kick off another successful semester! In Room 5229, on Wednesday, January 28th at 6:00 pm the first LLSA meeting of Spring 2009 will be held! LLSA is a dynamic student organization that is open to the student body.  ...

Posted Jan 21, 2009 by SanJuanita Lopez

After Finals Party

   One-Ls… Celebrate the End Of Finals with SBA!!! In keeping with tradition, SBA will be hosting a party, exclusively for One-Ls , to celebrate finishing your first semester of law school!!!    ...

Posted Dec 12, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

60th Anniversary Celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

   Where are Human Rights Today? 60th Anniversary Celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights  Part of Human Rights Week 2008 December 10, International Human Rights Day 4:30 p.m., Humanities Build ...

Posted Dec 5, 2008 by Student Bar Association

Lecture Announcement

   The Wisconsin International Law Society, with the Distinguished Lecture Series, is proud to welcome Ishmael Beah, advocate for human rights and author of A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier , his account of his years as ...

Posted Dec 5, 2008 by Student Bar Association


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