Justice William A. Bablitch Fellowship

The Justice William A. Bablitch Fellowship honors the life and memory of its namesake, a 1968 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School. Justice Bablitch led a long career of public service. He began his career as one of the first volunteers to serve in the Peace Corps in the late 1960s. Justice Bablitch went on to serve as a Portage County District Attorney and a Senator in the Wisconsin State Senate. As a Senator, he revised sexual assault laws and authored the first campaign reform laws in the state. In 1983, Justice Bablitch was elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, where he spent the next 20 years of his career, before retiring in 2003.

How to Apply
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Conditions of Award
To be eligible for this award, you must:

  • Be a full-time, second-year law student in good academic standing
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Demonstrate a strong desire to pursue a career in public service

This scholarship may impact your financial aid package. Please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid to learn about potential impact on your current aid package.

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Supplemental Questions
  1. In which year of law school are you currently?
  2. Are you enrolled as a full-time student?
  3. What is your current cumulative GPA? (This question is required, unless you have not yet completed your first semester of law school. If you have not yet completed your first semester of law school, please leave this question blank.)
  4. Please describe your financial need.
  5. Please describe your interest in public service.
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