Judicial Intern Program

To: All Current 1st and 2nd Year Students.

From:  Prof. Dave Schultz

Applications will soon be solicited for the Judicial Intern Program for the summer and the fall semester of 2009.  All law students who have completed their first year and have not previously participated in the program are eligible.  In short, the program allows students to earn law school credit for work done in placements with state and federal judges in Wisconsin.

To participate during the summer of 2009 or the fall semester of 2009, students must do the following:  1)  attend an informational session; 2) submit an application, attaching a short resume.

Informational sessions will be held: Monday March 23 at 4:35 p.m. in Room 5246;  Wed., March 25, at   8:50 a.m. in Room 5240; Thurs. March 26 at 2:25 p.m. in Room 5223.

At the meetings, information will be provided about the program and a written description and a list of participating courts will be distributed.  Applications will be available after the meetings.

David E. Schultz
Room 5246 Law School

Submitted by UW Law School Newsletter Admin, roomreservations@law.wisc.edu on March 3, 2009

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