Get a head start with the FREE State Bar Student Associate Program

As the school year begins to come to a close, many law students are preparing for a summer spent interning, working or taking a few more classes. A great way to enhance any of these summer activities (and maybe even help your job search) is to join the Wisconsin State Bar's Law Student Associate Program.

The program is free for currently-enrolled law students...let me type that again...it's FREE for currently-enrolled law students! All you have to do is sign-up with the State Bar. You get all sorts of great perks, such as access to Books Unbound (the CLE materials found in the Brown Binders in the Law Library...but now they are online and fully searchable!), networking opportunities, access to other programs such as the diversity clerkship, the option to attend Continuing Legal Education (CLEW) events, and more.

You can find out more about the program here. If you have any questions, be sure to contact the State Bar. They are happy to help you!

Good luck during this Finals period!

Submitted by Kristopher Turner on April 29, 2016

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