Wisconsin State Bar Law Student Associate Program

All UW Law Students should consider taking advantage of the Wisconsin State Bar's Law Student Associate Program. The only requirement is to be a currently-enrolled law student at an ABA-accredited law school.UW Law School Students are especially encouraged to enroll. While you are a student associate bar member, you will have access to numerous benefits normally reserved for bar members, such as: 

  • Access to Books Unbound, an online and up-to-date collection of Wisconsin's CLE books, also known as the "Brown Binders";
  • Assistance with your job search
  • Networking opportunities with professionals
  • Access to State Bar programs such as the Diversity Clerkship Program
  • The option of attending FREE CLEs to gain experience and start collecting continuing education credits
  • And much more!

Best of all, it's FREE for students!

For more information on the program and it's benefits, visit the Bar's student associate page.

To sign-up, fill out the Bar's sign-up form.

If you have further questions about the student associate program, contact the State Bar.

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