The informational meeting for students who have been accepted for the Frank J. Remington Center's prison-based summer 2015-16 clinics will take place on Friday, April 1, 2016, at noon in Room 5240 of the Law School. In addition, prior to the meeting students are required to submit paperwork and present I-9 information to staff from the Remington Center and Law School from 10:30 - noon, outside room 5240.
The April 1 meeting is mandatory. If you
have a direct course 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.
1. Read the information sheets below and come to the April 1st meeting with any questions you may have about them:
2. Print out, review, and complete the following documents. Bring the completed documents to the Remington Center, Room 4318 Law, before March 30.
- Institution Preference Sheets [LAIP students only]
- "UW Madison Student/Volunteer/LTE Driver Authorization Form" [all students; if you do not have a driver's license, just let us know on this sheet]
- UW Employee Self-Identification and W-4 Withholding Forms [all students]
- Direct Deposit Authorization Form [all students]
- Student Authorization to Hire Form [all students]
3. Bring the following documents to the tables outside Room 5240 between 10:30 and noon on April 1st:
- "UW Madison Notarized Statement of Driving Record" [required only for students with non-Wisconsin driver's licenses, or who have held a Wisconsin license for less than 3 years]. We will have someone to notarize your signature; sign this document only when witnessed by the notary.
- I-9 Documentation:
- Your passport (including Visa if you are a non-resident), or
- 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 5240 on April 1 from 10:30 - noon. Please try to come early to avoid long lines just before noon.
Before the meeting, you will received 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 1.
4. You do not need to preregister for the summer or fall clinical projects prior to the April 1st meeting. The summer program is a "consent of instructor" course. You will be authorized to register for the summer clinics shortly after the April 1st meeting.