Posted: 2006-04-06 00:00:00
Attorney William E. Rosales '05 will join the University of Wisconsin Law School's Frank J. Remington Center in May 2006 as a Clinical Instructor, supervising law students enrolled in the Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons (LAIP) project.
As a UW law student, Rosales participated in the Remington Center's Prosecution Project. "I am grateful for the valuable skills I gained working on real cases with the Prosecution Project," Rosales comments. "I especially appreciated a glimpse of the criminal justice system through my own eyes, which led to reflecting on issues of fairness from a legal process standpoint. I am excited and at the same time humbled that I was chosen to join our great clinical faculty. I hope to contribute to the Center's successes and impart to students the same level of skills I was provided."
Rosales is currently working for the Small Business Administration in Texas. He will begin his work at the Remington Center in mid-May.