Lauren Devine, Interim Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, provides students and student organizations with general, personal, social, professional, and cultural support, serves as the Law School disability coordinator, and handles exam and classroom accommodations. Contact Lauren Devine if you have questions or requests in those areas.
The University of Wisconsin Law School offers a number of services to provide students the best possible learning environment.
The Office of Academic Affairs handles course schedules, exams, grades, transcripts, Diploma Privilege eligibility and JD degree requirements issues.
The Academic Enhancement Program promotes academic excellence through enhancement and supportive services for students at all levels of academic performance.
The Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) provides counseling, materials, resources and programs to help students and alumni in their employment searches during the summer, school year and after graduation.
Students at the University of Wisconsin Law School may earn up to 30 credits toward a University of Wisconsin Law School J.D. by studying law abroad.
Help@Law provides computer, email, and other general technology support to the law school faculty, staff, & students.
The Law School Admissions & Financial Aid Office assists incoming and current students with understanding all aspects of financial aid, including federal loans, short-term emergency loans and scholarship opportunities.
Wellness in Action provides resources to support law students in multiple aspects of student wellness: mental health and safety, personal life, financial and academic.