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Dual degree students should verify their tuition and fees for 2010-2011

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Posted Aug 19, 2010 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

[3L Students] Registration Update: August 16

   Here is the sixth in a series of Registration & Curriculum updates for the Fall 2010 Semester.  Please read this entire message, which contains 2 items : (1) Newly-added course: Law 904-004: Sel. Prob. Con Law: 4th, 5t ...

Posted Aug 17, 2010 by newsletter, newsletter

[2L Students] Registration Update: August 16

   Here is the sixth in a series of Registration & Curriculum updates for the Fall 2010 Semester.  Please read this entire message, which contains 2 items : (1) Newly-added course: Law 904-004: Sel. Prob. Con Law: 4th, 5t ...

Posted Aug 17, 2010 by newsletter, newsletter

Registration Update: August 16

   Here is the sixth in a series of Registration & Curriculum updates for the Fall 2010 Semester.  Please read this entire message, which contains 2 items : (1) Newly-added course: Law 904-004: Sel. Prob. Con Law: 4th, 5t ...

Posted Aug 17, 2010 by newsletter, newsletter

Innocence Project has openings for fall, spring

   To all 2L and 3L students who are not already committed to another clinical project this fall: Due to federal grant funding, the Wisconsin Innocence Project has some additional capacity for supervising students, and h ...

Posted Aug 13, 2010 by newsletter, newsletter

Registration Update: August 6

   Here is the fifth in a series of Registration & Curriculum updates for the Fall 2010 Semester.  Please read this entire message, which contains 1 item : (1) The University of Wisconsin Law School ...

Posted Aug 12, 2010 by newsletter, newsletter

Exam Software

Exams on Laptops As a quick reminder, please make sure to update, install, and more importantly TEST the exam software at least a day or two before your exam. ...

Posted May 4, 2010 by Help@LAW

Course Evals available through April 26th

Please take time to complete the on-line evaluations for your courses this semester. You can access the forms any time through April 26th. These evaluations are your opportunity to share your experience of the class. This feedback about what ...

Posted Apr 18, 2010 by newsletter

Handling emergencies during final exams

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Posted Apr 16, 2010 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

CUR: Constitutional Law

This information session is devoted to Constitutional Law and Civil Rights Law courses.  Room 2211  8:40 a.m.

Posted Mar 23, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Real Estate

This session is devoted to Real Estate, Land Use and Community Development courses.  Room 2211  8:40 a.m. 

Posted Mar 22, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

Careers in Law Teaching

On Monday, March 22, at noon in Rom 5246, Professors Peter Carstensen and Thomas Mitchell will talk to students about careers in law teaching.  If you are interested in using your J.D. to pursue an academic career, please make every effort ...

Posted Mar 19, 2010 by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services

CUR: International and Comparative Law

This session is devoted to International and Comparative Law courses.  Room 2260  8:40 a.m. 

Posted Mar 19, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Business Law

This information session is devoted to Business Law courses.   Room 2211   8:40 a.m. 

Posted Mar 19, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Civil Litigation

This information session is devoted to Civil Litigation courses.  Room 2260   8:40 a.m.  

Posted Mar 18, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Estate Planning

This information session is devoted to Estate Planning courses.  Room 2211   8:40 a.m.

Posted Mar 18, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Business Law

This information session is devoted to Business Law courses.  Room 2260   8:40 a.m.  

Posted Mar 17, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Criminal Law

This information session is devoted to Criminal Law courses.  Room  2211      8:40 a.m.

Posted Mar 16, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Intellectual Property

This information session is devoted to Intellectual Property classes.  Room 2211     8:40 a.m.  

Posted Mar 15, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Family Law

This information session is devoted to Family Law courses.  Room 2260    8:40 a.m.

Posted Mar 12, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

CUR: Admin Law

This information session is devoted to Admin Law, Environ Law, Food Law and Regulated Industries courses.  Room 2211      8:30 a.m. 

Posted Mar 12, 2010 by Susan Sawatske, Faculty Secretary

Informational Sessions about Course Offerings

Join us for Informational Sessions about Course OfferingsEvery day from 8:45 am to 9:30 am, Monday, March 15 - Tuesday, March 23. Light breakfast available every day in the Atrium at 8:45am Are you puzzled about what courses to take next? Are y ...

Posted Mar 9, 2010 by Joanna Binsfeld, Associate Student Services Coordinator

Application Deadilne for Marine JAG CORP Interviews is February 1, 2010 at 11:00 PM

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Posted Jan 25, 2010 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

Bidding Closes For WI Public Interest Interview Program on Sunday, January 31 at 11:00 PM.

Bidding will close on Sunday, January 31 at 11:00 PM for the Wisconsin Public Interest Interview Program (PIIP). See the Career Services Newsletter and Symplicity for more details about the program.

Posted Jan 25, 2010 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

All Students: Marine JAG Corps Application Deadline is February 1, 2010

A Marine JAG Corps recruiter will be here on February 9 and 10 to interview 1Ls, 2Ls and 3Ls who are interested in this branch of the Armed Forces.  He will be interviewing all levels of law students for possible selection to attend Offi ...

Posted Jan 12, 2010 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

1Ls: Deadline for Submitting Applications For State Bar of Wisconsin Diversity Clerkship Program is 4:00 PM (SHARP) on Wednesday, January 20, 2010

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Posted Jan 12, 2010 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

1Ls & 3Ls: ARMY JAG Interviews Application Deadline is February 5, 2010

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Posted Jan 12, 2010 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

Bidding Opens for Public Interest Interview Program on January 15, 2010

Bidding opens on Friday January 15 and will close on Sunday, January 31 at 11:00 PM for the Wisconsin Public Interest Interview Program (PIIP). See the Career Services Newsletter and Symplicity for more details about the program.

Posted Jan 12, 2010 by Nilesh Patel, Career Advisor

1Ls : Plan ahead to get to 1 p.m. Contracts I exam 12/10

Please give yourself plenty of time to get to the Law School for your 1 p.m. Contracts I exam. Travel times by bus, foot and motor vehicle have been much, much longer than normal throughout the City of Madison and beyond, due to (surprise) ...

Posted Dec 10, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

Law School open 12/10 - Final exams resume

   We will have 2-3L final exams tomorrow morning, Dec. 10, at 8:30 a.m. as scheduled. First year students should report for Contracts I exams that will begin at 1:00 p.m. Please travel carefully. If you have an emergency related t ...

Posted Dec 9, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

Contracts I exams will start at 10 a.m. (not 8:30 a.m.) on Dec 9

We wi ll start all Contracts I exams at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow, December 9, unless the campus closes. First year students should go to the scheduled rooms by 10 a.m.  If you are unable to arrive before 10 a.m., follow the same procedure as ...

Posted Dec 8, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

Final exams continue unless campus closes

   Weather reports for our area say that we may get some very heavy snow falls during the final exam period. We will continue to hold our final exams as scheduled, unless the UW Madison campus is closed.  Generally, the camp ...

Posted Dec 7, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

Exams on Laptops

    Greetings: This is an important message for all Law students concerning laptop computer use for final exams in Fall 2009.   Please read this message carefully & thoroughly.  You are responsible for ...

Posted Dec 1, 2009 by Kevin Kelly

How to handle emergencies during final exams

    During final exams, you will need to remember two things: (1) ways to reduce your exam stress and (2) how to handle an emergency that prevents you from taking a final exam at the scheduled time.  Please kee ...

Posted Dec 1, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

Winner of 2009 Best Brief Competition

Kyle Fry has won the 2009 Best Brief Award for the best trial level brief written in the spring 2009 Legal Research and Writing course.  In honor of this achievement, Mr. Fry will receive a plaque from Dean Ken Davis and his Legal Rese ...

Posted Oct 30, 2009 by roomreservations, roomreservations@law.wisc.edu

1L workshop: Preparing for Exams - 11/6

   Preparing for exams: On Friday, November 6, LaRasz Moody, Assistant Dean for Academic Success Programs at Villanova Law School, will work with students at 12:30, 1:30 and 2:30 in Room 2260. Dean Moody is a 2002 graduate of this ...

Posted Oct 26, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

Exams on laptops and Windows 7

We have been informed that the Exam4 laptop exam software will NOT support Windows 7 for Fall 2009 final exams.  We are recommending that you wait to upgrade to Windows7 if you plan to use your laptop for fall final exams. More inf ...

Posted Oct 21, 2009 by Eric Giefer, Director of IT

1Ls: Learn about Remington Center Clinical Programs-10/21, 10/26

   In the next few weeks, the Frank J. Remington Center will begin recruiting student applicants for next year's prison-based clinical projects: the Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons Project (LAIP), the Wisconsin Innocen ...

Posted Oct 13, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

Free (regular) flu shots for students now available

The University of Wisconsin campus has announced the schedule for regular seasonal flu shots. Students can get free shots for the regular seasonal flu at the University Health Service's Flu Shot Clinic at 333 East Campus Mall, 6th floor, Gre ...

Posted Oct 5, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

Workshop for 1Ls: How to pull information together for class and exams

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Posted Sep 29, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Students and Academic Affairs

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    for 3Ls Individual Sessions ·        Want to write an impressive course paper or law review article?  ·        ...

Posted Sep 2, 2009 by roomreservations, roomreservations@law.wisc.edu

IMPORTANT Information about the Graduation Ceremony on May 15, 2009

    Dear Law School Graduates: I'm sure you are now beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.  I would like to go over just a few details about Commencement on May 15, 2009 at the Monona Terrace.  ...

Posted May 7, 2009 by Lynn Thompson

Graduates: re Curricular Concentration

    Greetings!  This message is for prospective May 2009 graduates who believe they have completed (or will complete this term) the requirements for one of the five Curricular Concentrations. (1) If you believe you hav ...

Posted Apr 28, 2009 by Kevin Kelly, Assistant Dean (Curriculum)

How to handle emergencies during final exams

 Students should call Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs, if they have emergencies during final exams, such as incapacitating illness, injury, family emergency or extreme weather problem.  They must ca ...

Posted Apr 27, 2009 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

Student Health Insurance Available for up to One Year after Graduation

   To All Graduating 3L Students: The SBA is not advocating for this ABA health insurance.  However, we do want to make this information available to 3L students that may be interested.  Please read the forward ...

Posted Apr 22, 2009 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin, roomreservations@law.wisc.edu

Final Exams on Laptop

    Greetings: This is an important message for all Law students concerning laptop computer use for final exams in Spring 2009.   Please read this message carefully & thoroughly.  You are responsible for ...

Posted Apr 20, 2009 by Kevin Kelly, Assistant Dean (Curriculum)

Summer 2009 Courses

    Greetings: This summer, the Law School will offer a broad selection of course offerings, included various "core courses" and courses required for Diploma Privilege and/or graduation.  Numerous Clinical Programs, of ...

Posted Apr 9, 2009 by Kevin Kelly, Assistant Dean (Curriculum)

Fall 2009 Web Registration & Course Information

   Greetings!  This is a follow-up to my message of March 24th.  Registration for the Fall 2009 Semester is approaching.  Rising third-years (i.e., current 2Ls) and non-graduating third-years will generally be able to ...

Posted Apr 2, 2009 by Kevin Kelly, Assistant Dean (Curriculum)

LAST CALL: Summer Session in Germany

Students who want to participate in the Law School's new Summer Session in Germany and have not yet applied should contact Professor Barkan before Friday, March 27.  Information about the program can be found at: http://law.marquette ...

Posted Mar 23, 2009 by Steve Barkan, Professor of Law; Director of Library and Information Services

Information Sessions focusing on the Business Law curriculum

Greetings: This is an important message to all first-year Law students concerning a new initiative by Dean Davis and the Law School's Business Law faculty. All 1Ls are being encouraged to attend one of two Information Sessions focusing on ...

Posted Mar 12, 2009 by Kevin Kelly


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