The University of Wisconsin Law School's Graduate Programs offers degree programs in law for those who already have a first law degree.
Master of Laws - Legal Institutions (LL.M.-LI)
The LL.M.-LI degree is a course-based degree program in American law for students who have received a law degree from a university outside of the United States.
Master of Laws (LL.M.) & Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.)
The LL.M. and S.J.D. degrees are generally of value to those planning on a career as a legal scholar or researcher.
The William H. Hastie Fellowship
The William H. Hastie Fellowship Program is an LL.M. degree program that provides an opportunity for lawyers of color to prepare for a career in law teaching.
The program honors William H. Hastie, a lawyer, teacher, jurist and civil rights advocate who championed the importance of high-quality legal education.