Attending a DWD Labor Law Clinic

Signing Up

Reservations

Attendance at each Clinic is strictly limited to 100 persons, and reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. See the registration form for each specific Clinic. Walk-in registration is permitted only where a Clinic is not sold out. Many Clinics are sold out and have waiting lists.

Fees

Clinics fees vary, but are usually around $77, depending on the location, type of meal offered, and Clinic length.

Dates and Locations

Dates and locations of confirmed clinics are subject to change in rare situations. Reconfirm with the local sponsor listed or the Labor Law Clinic Director, P.O. Box 7905, Madison, WI 53707, or (608) 267-7259 (voice) or (608) 267-0593 (fax) or email laborlawclinic@dwd.wisconsin.gov.

Times

Most Clinics begin at 8:30 a.m. and end by 3:30 p.m. and include a noon meal. Morning-only Clinics may include a breakfast or a lunch and the post-meal program may start anytime between 8 and 8:30 a.m. and end between 12 Noon and 1 p.m.

Topics

Topics vary from Clinic to Clinic, and are selected by local co-sponsors from a list of about 30 topic options. A maximum of four topics are covered at any one Clinic. Half-day Clinics cover 2 topics. Two-day Clinics are sometimes held, and cover 8-10 topics.

Topics Available:

Clinics may be held in conjunction with other events at the option of the local sponsor, but a Clinic and any other events are separate events. The Department produces clinics only. Local organizations may Sponsor a Clinic in your area.

Continuing Education Credits

A certificate of attendance for Labor Law Clinics (generally 6.0 hours) and Friday Fundamentals courses (generally 2.0 hours) is available to participants for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) or Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits.