University of Wisconsin Law School - Re-entry Project


Frank J. Remington Center
University of Wisconsin Law School
Madison, WI, 53706

The Re-entry Project provides a wide range of legal assistance to clients close to their release from prison, and those who are on community supervision. The clinic emphasizes a problem solving and interdisciplinary approach to legal representation. Clients present a wide range of issues often involving child placement, divorce, child support, federal disability law, employment matters, debt resolution and driving privileges. Through the resolution of client problems, the clinic seeks to help clients successfully re-enter the community. (Copied from web page)

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