Instructor(s) Desai, Anuj
Wisconsin Law Review is a student-run journal of legal analysis and commentary. The journal produces six issues a year. Currently approximately 600 subscribers receive the journal. Wisconsin Law Review ranks among the top thirty law journals nationwide.
Students interested in joining Wisconsin Law Review must take part in a write-on competition that occurs at the end of their first year. Students who have completed twenty-four graded credits and both semesters of Legal Writing are eligible to participate in the competition. Wisconsin Law Review distributes write-on packets on the last day of the spring semester final examinations, and students have two weeks to complete the packets. Members of Wisconsin Law Review's rising 3L class analyze and grade the packets, and up to forty-two students receive invitations to join the journal. Wisconsin Law Review also conducts a fall semester write-on competition for transfer students and other students in special circumstances. Students interested in the fall write-on process should contact the Senior Note & Comment Editor in the spring preceding the fall competition.
Wisconsin Law Review remains committed to achieving a membership that reflects the diversity of the law school community and encourages students from all backgrounds to participate in the write-on process.