This article provides a brief overview of the continuing legal education (CLE) attendance and reporting requirements for Wisconsin lawyers.
Wisconsin Judicare celebrates 50 years of service to low-income clients, including members of Wisconsin’s Native American tribes.
Are you a leader? Or do you wish you were one? Now’s your chance to gain leadership experience – run for a 2017 State Bar officer or Board of Governors position.
A year ago, Cedarburg attorney Collin Schaefer turned to the State Bar’s new mentoring program, Ready.Set.Practice, to learn a new practice area. The program is now accepting applicants for its second year – apply by Nov. 15.
On behalf of the children in family court, the authors urge GALs and courts work together to consistently implement GAL guidelines to ensure a common experience county by county for parents, lawyers, and courts.
How far can you represent family members in legal matters when they reside in a state where you aren't licensed to practice? Research whether your activities would constitute the unauthorized practice of law in that state.
In the realm of personal injury litigation, pre-suit mediation can be an effective and efficient method to bring the right case to early resolution.
Former circuit court judge and a pioneer in crafting Wisconsin’s migrant farmworker laws, Ness Flores is recipient of the Wisconsin Law Foundation’s Charles L. Goldberg Distinguished Service Award.
Lawyers should blog if they want to stand out from their competitors online, says Kevin O'Keefe, founder and CEO of LexBlog, a company which works with lawyers to develop their presence on the Web.
With more than 10,000 changes to lawyers’ addresses and contact information annually, don’t rely on outdated contact information for Wisconsin lawyers and court personnel.
Are you using a Mac from Apple or a Windows-based computer for your law practice? In this article, attorney and technology guru Mark Metzger explains why he uses a Mac in his practice.
Got kids or aging parents to care for? Both spouses working? Single parent? Big child care costs? All reasons an attorney may want to consider an alternative work schedule.