Wisconsin lawyers are a creative bunch. Meet the artists – or lawyers who represent them – whether they are painters, actors, writers, filmmakers, musicians, or involved in some other creative endeavor. We hope you enjoy the mix of creativity showcased here.
This special focus issue, says editorial board member Douglas Frazer, is a reminder of the many ways lawyers add to, complement, and support the arts – making the fabric of our communities and society so much better for it.
Jan. 6, 2016 – Lawyers should consider their future – and those they leave behind – when moving on to a new firm or position. In this video, David Leibowitz gives practical advice for lawyers who leave their firms, and for those left behind.
Dec. 16, 2015 – While mingling at holiday gatherings this year, you may get the inevitable question: ‘hey, you’re a lawyer, can you fix this traffic ticket for me?’ In this article, attorney Michael Witt highlights important traffic law information to consider before saying yes.
Dec. 16, 2015 – If finding happiness was easy, “I’d be on midnight television selling it,” says Dr. Gregory Van Rybroek. And yet there are strategies that lawyers can implement in their own lives to help them be more mindful and focus on what happiness means to them.
Dec. 2, 2015 – Work a room? The discussion surrounding networking often seems like the sole province of an extreme extrovert. Given the importance of in-person marketing for any business, what’s an introvert to do? Jeff Glazer has good news for those yearning for a different approach.
Wisconsin’s bioscience industry is booming, creating opportunity, not just for the scientists that conduct bench research, but for lawyers, too. Read how lawyers serving the biotech arena are making an impact, what they’re doing, and how they got to where they are. There are many entry points to the field, and you don’t have to be a scientist to participate.
George Brown says the Biotech and the Law Global Conference and Expo will bring three key communities together – science, business, law – to understand their connections, learn their challenges and opportunities, and build relationships.
July 15, 2015 – Richard Brown, chief judge for the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, retires on August 1 as one of the longest serving judges in Wisconsin history. In this article, Judge Brown explains how he got there, why he stayed, and what he hopes to leave behind.
As a successful international business and finance lawyer and a dedicated human rights advocate, Walter White Jr. did not grow up respecting the rule of law. Rather, he grew up respecting the lawyers who changed the law to make it more just. His experiences growing up amid myriad injustices informed his advocacy for human rights and encouraging diversity within the legal profession.