Admitted Students

Welcome to the University of Wisconsin Law School. We know that you have many choices for law school, and that your decision may be a difficult one, but we are confident that you will find Wisconsin an exceptional place to study law.

We believe that we are putting together a class for next fall that will be one of the most interesting, diverse, and academically vibrant ones in the country, and we hope that you will be a part of it. As you prepare for your transition to Madison and to the Law School, here is some information that we hope will help you.  Throughout this site, you will read reflections from our current students, learn about our unique academic experience, student life, and Madison. For more information, connect with our students and prospective student staff.

You can also come learn more about being a law student at the University of Wisconsin Law School in person - we welcome you to visit us.

Reflections from current students

Loredana Valtierra

Global, connected community

"I chose Wisconsin because it's a great public university in the Midwest with the friendliest staff and faculty, as well as a reputation for welcoming diverse students.  Plus, UW Law offers a wide range of clinical opportunities including an immigration clinic, an area of law that I care deeply about and that many other law schools do not offer."

Kathryn Allen

Real-world knowledge

"Tax 1 with Professor Schnerr was my favorite class. It was terrifying in some ways, but I appreciated that we worked through problems. It's a really effective way of learning legal analysis. It was the hardest class I've ever taken, but everyday I was excited."

Matthew Hefti

Supportive academic environment

"After only one year in Madison, I already have a solid group of attorneys who have become friends and mentors interested in my professional development. Such a network of helpful colleagues would have been impossible but for my extensive involvement in student chapters of professional organizations."

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