Inside Track: Register Now for the Wisconsin Equal Justice Conference:

State Bar of Wisconsin

Sign In

Top Link Bar

    Our online store,, will be unavailable on August 20 starting at 5 p.m. until 11 p.m. for system maintenance.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​  Access to our other sites will not be affected.​

  • InsideTrackInsideTrack

News & Pubs Search

Format: MM/DD/YYYY
  • Register Now for the Wisconsin Equal Justice Conference

    Registration is open for the 2019 Wisconsin Equal Justice Conference, March 1 in Milwaukee. Don't miss this opportunity to join in the discussion on concerns affecting access to justice.
    Share This:

    Feb. 6, 2019 – The Wisconsin Equal Justice Conference brings together Wisconsin lawyers and others to share information on topics related to access to justice for low income Wisconsin residents.

    This year's conference, sponsored by the State Bar of Wisconsin, features information on the outcomes and return on investment collected by a number of innovative legal aid projects in Wisconsin, and includes a session on addressing implicit bias as public interest advocates.

    Plus, hear special guest speaker April Faith-Slaker from the Access to Justice Lab at Harvard Law School.

    Representatives from law schools, the private bar, legal aid organizations, bar associations, policy makers, and the judiciary will discuss concerns affecting access to justice, including:

    • Expungement
    • Implicit bias
    • Outcomes, impact, and return on investment

    Plus, take part in a simulation, Lost in the Law, which puts you in the role of those trying to resolve access to justice issues.

    To Register

    To register for the Wisconsin Equal Justice Conference, visit the event page on WisBar’s Marketplace.

    About the Wisconsin Equal Justice Conference

    March 1, 2019
    8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee
    Cost: $25

    Law students attend for free. To register, please contact Jeff Brown at org jbrown wisbar wisbar jbrown org

Server Name