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  As one of the 50 states in the United States of America, Wisconsin hosts 2 law schools that have national reputation. Check Countryaah to see a list of all towns, cities, and counties in the state of Wisconsin. By clicking on links to each city, you can find high schools, colleges, and universities within Wisconsin.

Marquette University Law School

Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.A. Political Science; J.D./M.A. International Affairs; J.D./M.A. History of Philosophy; J.D./M.A. Philosophy; J.D./Certificate in Dispute Resolution; J.D./M.B.A. Sports Business

Student activities: The Law School sponsors four student-edited journals: The Marquette Law Review, the Intellectual Property Law Review, the Sports Law Review, and the Elders' Advisor. Students may also participate in intramural and regional and national moot court competitions and client skills competitions and may earn recognition at graduation for participation in the Pro Bono Society.

Address: 1215 W. Michigan St., Milwaukee, WI 53233

25th-75th percentile LSAT scores for all students: 154-159

University of Wisconsin--Madison Law School

Joint degrees awarded: JD/MBA; JD/MS Environmental Studies; JD/MA Library and Information Sciences; JD/MA Philosophy; JD/MA Journalism/Mass Communications; JD/MA Political Science; JD/MSW Social Work; JD/MPA International Public Affairs; JD/MA Latin American/Carribean/Iberian ; JD/MPH Public Health; JD/MPA Public Affairs and Administration; J.D./M.A. History; JD/Master of Sociology and Rural Soc; JD/Master of Urban & Regional Planning; JD/MA Educ Leadership/Policy Studies

Student activities: More than 30 student orgs. provide outstanding opportunities outside the classroom. Students develop leadership/lawyering skills, become involved in community & contribute to public interest initiatives. Moot court & mock trial are large, active programs. The competitions enable students to gain advocacy experience. There are 3 journals: WI Law Rev., WI Int'l L.J. & WI J. of Law, Gender & Society.

Address: 975 Bascom Mall Madison, WI 53706 United States, Madison, WI

25th-75th percentile LSAT scores for all students: 157-163

Before you can study in any of the above 2 law programs in Wisconsin, you will need to take the Law School Admissions Test. Try Topschoolsintheusa to see a full list of LSAT testing centers in Wisconsin. The exam dates throughout the year are also provided on the site.


Wisconsin Overview

Wisconsin, a state of the Midwest, United States with coast to lakes Michigan and Superior; 145,436 km2, 5.7 million residents (2011), of which 82% are white. Capital: Madison. Enlisted in the Union in 1848 as the 30th State. Nickname: The Badger State.

Most residents and most of the economic activity is concentrated in the urbanized industrial belt along Lake Michigan, from Green Bay in the north to the big city of Milwaukee - Racine (1.6 million in the south). The rest of the state and especially the wooded northern areas are sparsely populated.

Wisconsin has a versatile processing sector including machinery and automotive and large commodity industries, based on forest and agricultural products (paper, timber, food). Beer production as well as butter, cheese and other dairy products are among the largest in the United States. In addition, the agricultural sector, which occupies 2/5 of the area, spread of about 80,000 businesses on average 86 ha (1995), a major supplier of beef and pork and crops such as soybeans, maize and potatoes. The state is poor on energy resources, but has numerous hydroelectric power plants in, among other things. the Chippewa and Wisconsin rivers that drain the central areas and have drains in the Mississippi border to the west.

With few exceptions, i.e. the rocky Driftless Area facing SV, the surface is marked by glaciers of the Ice Age, which have left a small, muddy and high-lying moraine landscape. The climate is continental with hot summers (July 19-22 C) and freezing cold winters with heavy snowfall, especially in the northern regions that attract many skiers; e.g. Telemark Ski Area with the annual American Birkebeiner Ski Race. Summer excursion destinations include: the Apostle Islands archipelago in Lake Superior and the Michigan peninsula Door with sand dunes, fishing villages and marinas. Well-known attractions include architect Frank Lloyd Wright's former domicile Taliesin at Spring Green and Circus World Museum in Baraboo, which from 1884 to 1912 was home to the legendary Ringling Brothers' Circus.

History

The area was under French control 1717-63, and when the British surrendered to the United States in 1783, it became part of the Northwest Territory, from 1800 part of the Indian Territory. After becoming a state in the United States in 1848, Wisconsin became the late 1800s. characterized by many German, Irish and Norwegian immigrants. In the years leading up to World War I, political reforms with widespread use of referendums, known as the Wisconsin Idea, gained widespread across state borders and became an important part of the progressive movement.

 

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