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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

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)

Curriculum Information Panel

   Are you interested in the business, regulatory or policy aspects of law & science?  law & technology?  law & health?  law & the environment?  Then come to an informational panel with some of ...

Posted Apr 2, 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)

Announcing a Special Cross-Cultural Negotiations seminar

   Summer Session, May – June 2009 Law 940, sec. to be announced 2 credits; P/F option only Madison and Nagoya, Japan Lectures on principles of negotiation, negotiations across cultures, and cultural attitudes toward negotiat ...

Posted Mar 10, 2009 by Susan Katcher

IIS Spring Workshop Schedule

Spring Workshop Schedule Workshops are held on Thursdays at 11:00 in room 3374 at 12:05 in room 3374 at 2:25 in room TBA Dates  Topics 1/22 ...

Posted Jan 20, 2009 by Mary Barnard Ray

Bookmart booklist & hours

Greetings: To help you prepare for the upcoming term, the Law School Bookmart has distributed to all hang-files its booklist of required and recommended books for Spring 2009 courses. The booklist contains all available information as of 2 ...

Posted Jan 6, 2009 by Kevin Kelly

Registration Update

1) New Course: Law 940-022 Sports Law (Judge Phil Chavez). Meets 6:00-8:00 p.m. Tuesdays.  2 credits. Limit: 30 students. Call Number: 57027  Description: The class focus concerns today's legal and practical issues surrounding all ...

Posted Jan 6, 2009 by Kevin Kelly

Spring 2009 1L Schedules

Greetings, 1Ls: I wanted to give you a status report on your schedules for next term. As we did in the run-up to the current Fall term, I anticipate being able to e-mail you each individually, early next week, with your particular sche ...

Posted Dec 12, 2008 by Kevin Kelly

[3L Students] International Law

Greetings: If you are a 3L and still need to take International Law in order to fulfill the requirements for the International Law Concentration, you may apply to take International Law in the coming Spring 2009 Term (taught by Prof Hun ...

Posted Dec 2, 2008 by Kevin Kelly

Important: Final Exams on Laptop

Greetings: This is an important message for all Law students concerning laptop computer use for final exams in Fall 2008.   Please read this message carefully & thoroughly.  You are responsible for knowing the contents of ...

Posted Nov 21, 2008 by Kevin Kelly

Late ADDS for FALL 2008 - See Jane in Rm. 5106

Students:  If you find you  haven't enrolled for a course for Fall 2008 that you should have , see Jane Ford Bennett in Rm. 5106.  between 8:15 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. This includes Journals, Clinicals, Directed Research, Directed R ...

Posted Nov 14, 2008 by Jane Ford Bennett, Senior Grade Reporter

How to Do FALL 2008 Credit Changes (variable credit courses)

Go to  MY UW Student Center, click on COURSE ENROLLMENT, then TERM INFORMATION,  then click on "Course Change Request ", select Fall 2008, find the course, put a check by it, enter in the credit change, SAVE , print it out and get ...

Posted Nov 14, 2008 by Jane Ford Bennett, Senior Grade Reporter

Spring 2009 Elective Selection

    Greetings: This is a message for all first-year law students concerning elective selection & scheduling for Spring 2009. As you know, in the Spring 2009 Semester, you will be randomly assigned to sections of: Proper ...

Posted Nov 13, 2008 by Kevin Kelly

Exam-writing workshops - Nov. 14

 This coming Friday, November 14, we will offer two workshops on exam writing. The schedule is below. The purpose of the workshops is not to fine-tune your knowledge of Criminal Law or Contracts I. The purpose is for professors to hel ...

Posted Nov 12, 2008 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

Registration for the Spring 2009 Term: Information for First-Years

Greetings!  I hope you are having a rewarding first semester.  I have some important information for you with respect to your classes for the Spring Term.  Please read this entire message . For the Spring 2009 Semester, first- ...

Posted Nov 5, 2008 by Kevin Kelly

IIS Services for 3Ls

Falling behind on a paper or other writing project?  Schedule an appointment to regroup and finish your work more efficiently.  You can schedule an individual session by coming to room 2378 and signing up, or by e-mailing yo ...

Posted Nov 5, 2008 by Mary Barnard Ray

IIS services for 1Ls

Individual Sessions IIS appointments can help you find answers to your questions about memo revision and brief writing. To sign up, come to room 2378 in the library or e-mail mbray@wisc.edu.   Brownbag Workshops ...

Posted Nov 5, 2008 by Mary Barnard Ray

IIS Services for 2Ls

Now is a great time to come get advice course papers, law review articles, and writing techniques to help at work. To reserve a session for these or any topics, sign up at room 2378 in the library.  If you cannot come to the ro ...

Posted Nov 5, 2008 by Mary Barnard Ray

Workshops on Exam Taking

   On Friday morning, Nov. 14, we will provide faculty-led workshops on exam taking for you. Classes will be canceled on Friday to allow you to participate. In the workshops professors will explain good and bad answers to sample ...

Posted Nov 4, 2008 by Ruth Robarts, Assistant Dean for Student & Academic Affairs

How to Get Your Exam Number

    To get your exam #, go to http://law.wisc.edu/help/my.php Enter your user name and password. You can also get it from the Main Office, Rm. 5110.   Show them your ID and they can look it up for you. If no one is ...

Posted Nov 3, 2008 by Jane Ford Bennett, Senior Grade Reporter

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

Services for 1Ls March 2008

Individual Sessions Appointments are available each weekday, and you can reserve one simply by signing up in room 2378 any time the library is open. Signing up is the fastest way to get an appointment, but you can also e-mail your request to m ...

Posted Mar 13, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Services for 2Ls March 2008

For help on improving your articles, papers, or exam performance, schedule an appointment or come to the revision workshop. To schedule appointments, come to room 2378 in the library or email mbray@wisc.edu.

Posted Mar 13, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Services for 3Ls March 2008

For individual help with writing on your future job, sign up for an appointment at room 2378, or email mbray@wisc.edu.

Posted Mar 11, 2008 by Mary Barnard Ray

IIS Services for 3L's February 11-22

For individual help with class writing projects and work-related writing skills, come in for some individual instruction. You can schedule an individual session by coming to room 2378 and signing up, or by e-mailing your request to mbray@wisc.e ...

Posted Feb 15, 2008 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

LEO Banquet ticket sales

LEO Banquet ticket sales will be held in the Law School Atrium beginning on Monday, March 19 to Monday, April 9 (not including spring break). Tickets will be sold 12-2 daily. Tickets are $20 for students/$35 for faculty/staff.

Posted Mar 19, 2007 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

IMPORTANT: MAY 2007 AND AUGUST 2007 GRADUATION LISTS

MAY 2007 AND AUGUST 2007 GRADUATION LISTS A current list of May and August graduates will appears below and will also be posted on the board (between the doors) at the Boerner Plaza entrance. If your name should be added to or deleted from the ...

Posted Feb 28, 2007 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Some tips from the Dean of Students during exam time

1. Take care of yourself. You are a human being. You need breaks, exercise, a healthy diet and companionship, especially during final exams. The campus has many free venues for recreational sports and exercise. They include Camp Randall S ...

Posted Dec 7, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Ways to reduce the spread of seasonal flu

As required by the Wisconsin Department of Administration, I'm writing to ask for your help in reducing the spread of seasonal influenza. This is the second in a series of messages intended to educate and provide strategies that are vital to m ...

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

Clinic Fair

Calling all students...It is time for the annual clinic fair. The event will be taking place in the Law School Atrium from 11a -1p on Thursday, November 9th. The purpose of the fair is to spread the word about the clinics and reach students tha ...

Posted Nov 1, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Study Abroad Information Session

An Information Session on Study Abroad programs of the law school organized by the Global Legal Studies Initiative will be held on October 27th from 12.00-1.00 pm in Lubar Commons. All students interested in these programs as well as past excha ...

Posted Oct 23, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Clinic Fair

Calling all students...It is time for the annual clinic fair. The event will be taking place in the Law School Atrium from 11a -1p on Thursday, November 9th. The purpose of the fair is to spread the word about the clinics and reach students tha ...

Posted Oct 23, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Information Session on Study Abroad Programs

An Information Session on Study Abroad programs of the law school organized by the Global Legal Studies Initiative will be held on October 27th from 12.00-1.00 pm in Lubar Commons. All students interested in these programs as well as past excha ...

Posted Oct 23, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Remington Center Announcement

In late October and early November, representatives of the Center's "prison-based clinics" (LAIP, the Wisconsin Innocence Project, the Oxford Federal Project, and the Family Law-Restorative Justice Project) will visit first-year Criminal Law cla ...

Posted Oct 23, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

INFORMATIONAL MEETING

The dual-degree program established by the Law School and the Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies Program (LACIS) allows students to complete a J.D. and an M.A. in a minimum of seven semesters. The dual-degree arrangement reduces the ...

Posted Oct 23, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Summer 2007 Externship Opportunities

REMINGTON CENTER Summer 2007 Externship Opportunities Starting the week of October 9, 2006, applications will be accepted at the Remington Center for second-year law students interested in a criminal justice-related externship for the summer ...

Posted Oct 23, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Summer 2007 Externship Opportunities

REMINGTON CENTER Summer 2007 Externship Opportunities Starting the week of October 9, 2006, applications will be accepted at the Remington Center for second-year law students interested in a criminal justice-related externship for the summer ...

Posted Oct 16, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Study Abroad Information Session

An Information Session on Study Abroad programs of the law school organized by the Global Legal Studies Initiative will be held on October 27th from 12.00-1.00 pm in Lubar Commons. All students interested in these programs as well as past excha ...

Posted Oct 9, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Summer 2007 Externship Opportunities

REMINGTON CENTER Summer 2007 Externship Opportunities Starting the week of October 9, 2006, applications will be accepted at the Remington Center for second-year law students interested in a criminal justice-related externship for the summer ...

Posted Oct 9, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Graduation Lists

Graduation Lists (tentative) have been posted on the bulletin board in the entry way between the Atrium and Boerner Plaza. If you name should either be added or deleted, please let me know as soon as possible. Mary Beth Shiels Lubing 5107 Law ...

Posted Sep 27, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Call for Papers

Call For Papers: Graduate Student Forum, Department of History Deadline: October 1st The UW-Madison History Graduate Student Forum Committee is seeking papers from graduate or professional students on any topic of historical or contemporary si ...

Posted Sep 22, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

IMMIGRATION "KNOW YOUR RIGHTS" TRAINING

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT IMMIGRATION "KNOW YOUR RIGHTS" TRAINING Thursday, September 21, 11:00-12:30, Room 5246 For those interested in learning about rights of non-citizens and how you can help immigration detainees learn about their rights ...

Posted Sep 22, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Study Abroad Information Session

An Information Session on Study Abroad programs of the law school organized by the Global Legal Studies Initiative will be held on October 27th from 12.00-1.00 pm in Lubar Commons. All students interested in these programs as well as past excha ...

Posted Sep 18, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Drop Deadlines

Fall 2006 Drop Deadlines, Credit Changes,Tuition Deadlines, etc. by Jane Ford Bennett, Senior Grade Reporter Wednesday, September 13, 2006 Last day to drop courses on-line without DR (Dropped) showing on Transcript. After Sept. 13, st ...

Posted Sep 8, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Study Abroad Information Session

An Information Session on Study Abroad programs of the law school organized by the Global Legal Studies Initiative will be held on October 27th from 12.00-1.00 pm in Lubar Commons. All students interested in these programs as well as past excha ...

Posted Sep 7, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Donald O'Brien Scholarship

The Donald O'Brien Scholarship offers financial recognition to first- and second-year students with Iowa ties who have demonstrated a comittment to the public interest and civil rights. The Scholarship award is One Thousand Dollars, awarded ann ...

Posted Apr 11, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

The Lawyers Guide to the News Media

The State Bar of Wisconsin's Media Law Relations Committee has published The Lawyers Guide to the News Media to assist attorneys in better understanding the constitutional rights of the media and the practical ways news gathering organizations ...

Posted Apr 7, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

The ABA Law Student Division 2006 Arbitration Competition

The American Bar Association Law Student Division is now accepting entry forms for the 2006 Arbitration Competition, which is co-sponsored by the National Arbitration Forum. The entry deadline is September 8, 2006 . This year's competition topi ...

Posted Apr 7, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin

Patient Advocacy & Patient Centered Care Clinical

THE CENTER FOR PATIENT PARTNERSHIPS Law 854 (Summer 2006) -- Patient Advocacy & Patient Centered Care Clinical In a collaborative hands-on environment, future health care providers, and other professional and graduate students will learn skill ...

Posted Mar 28, 2006 by UW Law School Newsletter Admin


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