Parent Organization: University of Wisconsin - Madison
The Wisconsin International Law Society (WILS) is Wisconsin Law School's principal student group dedicated to issues involving international law.
WILS informs its members about opportunities to practice international law and current issues in international law; allows members the opportunity to meet leading scholars in international law; advocates for academic development in the field of international law; offers guidance and advice on career paths in the fields of public and private international law; permits opportunities for American and international law students and alumni to form cross-cultural, global connections.
WILS promotes awareness of global events, understanding of diverse legal cultures, and the development of international law. Widening the scope of international legal academic opportunities at the University of Wisconsin Law School shall be the highest priority. WILS shall also implement strategies necessary to ensure the continued success and growth of the international legal track of the Law School, and to strengthen its international law reputation within the wider legal community.
Membership Requirements (for example GPA requirements, membership fees)
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