Details for Incoming Students
Friday, April 13, 2018, 12PM
A mandatory informational meeting for students who have been accepted for the Frank J. Remington Center's prison-based summer 2018-19 clinics. If you have a direct conflict with the meeting time, or if an emergency arises so that you cannot attend the meeting, please contact us prior to the meeting at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prior to the meeting
Students are required to submit paperwork (below) and present I-9 information to staff from the Remington Center and Law School from 10:30 AM - 12 PM, outside room 3250.
Directions for Accepted Students
Please do the following:
Read the information sheets below and come to the April 13th meeting with any questions you may have about them:
Print out, review, and complete the following documents. Bring the completed documents to the Remington Center, Room 4318 Law, by April 6th.
- Institution Preference Sheets (LAIP students only)
- UW Employee Self-Identification and W-4 Withholding Forms [all students]
- Direct Deposit Authorization Form [all students]
- Student Authorization to Hire Form [all students]
- Bring the following documents to the tables outside Room 3250 between 10:30 and noon on April 13th:
- I-9 Documentation:
- Your passport (including Visa if you are a non-resident),
- One document (not a copy) from each of the following categories:
- Your Social Security Card or birth certificate
- Your driver's license, school (or other government ID card with a photograph), voter registration card, U.S. military card or draft record, military dependent's ID card, Native American tribal document, or driver's license issued by a Canadian government authority.
- Because you will be employed as a project assistant during the summer, you will need to provide "I-9" documentation of your citizenship/ immigration status in order to get paid. I-9 processing will be handled by Justin Boehm and Kelly Hallmark outside room 3250 on April 13 from 10:30 - noon. Please try to come early to avoid long lines just before noon.
- Before the meeting, you will receive emails from Kelly Hallmark explaining the I-9 process and requesting that you submit your I-9 information on line. You must bring your documentation to be verified by Kelly Hallmark or Justin Boehm the morning of April 13th.
- You do not need to preregister for the summer or fall clinical projects prior to the April 13th meeting. The summer program is a "consent of instructor" course. You will be authorized to register for the summer clinics shortly after the April 13th meeting.
Email a scanned copy of your driver's license to email@example.com before April 13th.