Learn how social media can help your case, and what attorneys must do to find it, obtain it, and use it to their advantage.
Fewer students are attending law school. But more are doing their due diligence to ensure the investment will pay off.
From how to find a mentor, to why lawyer listservs are the ‘new law firm,’ Christopher Van Wagner shares hard-won lessons and practical tips for solo and small firm attorneys.
Litigation attorney John Skilton of Madison is a co-recipient of the Charles L. Goldberg Distinguished Service Award from the Wisconsin Law Foundation. Learn more about Skilton and his philosophy about what it means to be a lawyer.
State Bar of Wisconsin sections and divisions offer networking, educational, mentoring, and leadership opportunities for members. Now, State Bar members can go online to join a section or division.
Now all available in their fifth editions, the five volumes of the Wisconsin Judicial Benchbook series provide judges and attorneys with quick and efficient courtroom access to critical legal information.
As a service to its members, the State Bar of Wisconsin has entered into an alliance agreement with West, a Thomson Reuters business, to provide award information on Wisconsin civil jury trials, bench trials, settlements, and arbitrations.
From brownfields to manure to Lyme disease, you can find answers to environmental questions with these various internet resources.
Today’s WisBar InsideTrack™ sports a new look. Our goal? To get you what you need – quickly – so you can move on to the next task at hand.
Infographics can serve as an important marketing tool – they can brand a firm as competent, caring, and knowledgeable. Learn how to add data visualization to your arsenal of communication tools.
Does a lawyer’s disclosure of information protected by SCR 20:1.6 (Confidentiality) pursuant to one of the permissive disclosure exceptions found in SCR 20:1.6(c) waive lawyer-client privilege with respect to that information?
Lawyers are public speakers. This article includes some new rules on public speaking. No fig leaves gentlemen, and ladies too.
How can solo and small firm lawyers stand out from their competition? Sarah Ruffi shares three essential tips for lawyers looking to build their brand and improve client development.
The Wisconsin Public Records and Open Meetings Handbook, recently revised by State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE, is the key to identifying public information and complying with the related rules of the road.