In addition to connecting with members and responding to major issues challenging the profession, State Bar president Bob Gagan enjoys tailgating with his family in their Packer bus.
George Brown says the State Bar’s Business School for Lawyers will help members learn and apply business principles in their own practices.
Howard Myers explains the basics of ADR and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of mediation.
Jenna Atkinson provides seven tips to polish your public-speaking skills and attract clients.
Roy Ginsburg says small law firms may be overlooking benefits of strategic planning.
Tom Watson shares the experiences and advice of attorneys who have opened their own practices.
Lester Pines reflects on the efforts to register African-Americans to vote in Mississippi in 1964.
Johanna Kirk believes any attorney considering opening a practice should first complete a business plan.
Packer’s head coach Mike McCarthy relays a humorous story about a trip he and new State Bar President Bob Gagan made to Montana.
White House insiders Robert Gibbs and Karl Rove talk about numerous political topics in a point-counterpoint moderated by former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Janine Geske, and in an exclusive interview with State Bar Legal Writer Joe Forward.
June 26, 2014 – You are off to a good start when Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy introduces you as the next president of State Bar of Wisconsin. And that’s exactly what happened to Robert Gagan, sworn in as the 59th president last evening.