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The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Wisconsin Chapter was founded to bring together the Badger State's top attorneys in the fields of matrimonial law, including divorce, prenuptial agreements, legal separation, annulment, custody, property valuation, support and the rights of unmarried cohabitors, and to provide leadership that promotes the highest degree of professionalism and excellence in the practice of family law.
The general purposes of this Association shall be to foster improvement in the ethical and technical standards of practice in the field of advocacy to the end that individual litigants may receive more effective representation and the general public be benefited by more efficient administration of justice consistent with time-tested and traditional principles of litigation.
The purposes of the Association for Women Lawyers are: to promote the welfare, interests and professional development of lawyers who are women, to promote the legal interests of women generally, to maintain the honor and integrity of the legal profession, and to advance justice for all individuals.
ACC aims to be the premier global legal association serving the diversified needs of in-house counsel by:
ACC's primary responsibility is to our members. We continually strive to develop resources and programs that respond to and anticipate member needs. To ensure that we fulfill this commitment, we have adopted the following core operating values:
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CTCW is a statewide organization of attorneys dedicated to the defense of Wisconsin citizens and businesses, the maintenance of an equitable civil justice system, and the education of its members. The site is intended to provide their members and the public with access to information which can help achieve those goals.
EDWBA was formed in June 2002. As a result of the success of the Milwaukee Bar Association's Federal Bench Bar Committee, it was decided that an organization devoted solely to the federal court should be formed. The EDWBA was the result.
Our mission is to advance the professional and personal development of all young lawyers, to promote and foster a commitment to philanthropic activities in the community, and to encourage active membership within the local Bar Associations. We strive to provide networking opportunities, community service projects, and educational programs to assist local firms in attracting, developing, and retaining new lawyers in the Fox Valley.
The League of Wisconsin Municipalities is a not-for-profit association of municipalities. First established in 1898, the League acts as an information clearinghouse, lobbying organization and legal resource for Wisconsin.
inspiration from suffragette badges of the early-20th century, our mark is
meant to evoke solidarity, strength, and equity. The botanical imagery depicted
in the badge is of the trillium, a plant native to Wisconsin.
Mission includes: to perform charitable and educational activities for the Milwaukee community, to advance the professional education and welfare of young lawyers, to promote fellowship among themselves and the members of the Bar as a whole.
It is the mission of the Western District of Wisconsin Bar Association to promote the just, speedy, respectful and efficient determination of every action filed in the District Court...
The Mission of the Wisconsin Association for Justice is to promote a fair and effective justice system – one that ensures justice for all, not just a privileged few. The Association supports the work of attorneys to ensure any person harmed due to workplace injury or injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can have a fair day in court, even when taking on the most powerful interests. The Association strives to achieve and maintain the highest standards of professional ethics and competency while educating and training in the art of advocacy. The Association and its members are dedicated to benefiting communities across Wisconsin through local events and charitable giving. WAJ may offer assistance and cooperation to other organizations and persons in furtherance of these objects.
Building excellence through conscious and consistent dedication to Wisconsin's African American Legal Professionals.
WACDL is committed to promoting the proper administration of criminal justice; fostering and maintaining the integrity, independence and expertise of the defense lawyer in criminal cases; and encouraging an unyielding concern for the protection of individual rights and due process.
WAWCA exists to serve the public interest by fostering and promoting educational opportunities for its members and the general public (including Wisconsin employees, employers and insurers) on topics relating to Wisconsin's worker's compensation law.
The mission of the Wisconsin Entertainment Lawyers' Association (WELA) is to: (1) foster the growth and development of the arts and entertainment communities in Wisconsin through comprehensive legal services, (2) advance the practice of entertainment law in the State of Wisconsin, and (3) provide a platform for networking, education, and collaboration.
The purposes of the Wisconsin Hispanic Lawyers Association shall be to advance the professional development of its members, to advise on issues of interest to the Hispanic community on a local and national level, and to carry on such other purposes as set forth from time to time in its Articles of Incorporation and its By-laws.
The Wisconsin State Attorneys Association (WSAA) is the collective bargaining agent for employees of the State of Wisconsin who are classified as Attorneys. These are the non-management lawyers who work primarily as either administrative law judges (ALJs), attorneys for departments, boards or commissions in the executive branch of government (agency or house counsel), or as Assistant Attorneys General (AAGs) at the Wisconsin Department of Justice.