Dec. 7, 2022 – People give for a variety of reasons – the desire to help others, personal experience with a program or organization, or it just feels rewarding – but everyone wants their gift to make an impact.
As the charitable arm of the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Law Foundation promotes public understanding of the law, and supports creative programs that have a long-lasting, positive impact on Wisconsin youth and adults.
Donating to the Wisconsin Law Foundation now ensures your gift will make a difference. If you are in a position to do so, please support the critical work of the Wisconsin Law Foundation by making an end-of-the-year contribution today.
Your support will empower us in 2023 to:
support programs that promote greater diversity and inclusion within the State Bar and the legal profession;
provide scholarships to help new attorneys reduce law school debt and enable them to establish practices in underserved areas;
support special teen court programs that use positive peer influence to reduce teenage crimes and help keep adolescents from re-entering the juvenile justice system; and
bring the law to life for 1,400+ high school students through the Wisconsin High School Mock Trial program.
These are just a few of the programs that are able to grow and flourish due to the generous support of Wisconsin Law Foundation donors.
No contribution amount is too small. Through grants, awards, and scholarships, the Foundation uses every single dollar to transform the lives of Wisconsin residents and support critical public education projects and public service projects.
To learn more about what the Foundation supports, visit
wisbar.org/wlf and click on “WHAT we do” or check out the
latest editions of our newsletter under “NEWS and events.”
If you are ready to support the work and impact of the Wisconsin Law Foundation, all you have to do is go to the Foundation's page on
wisbar.org/wlfdonate to make a secure online donation. Thank you!
Brookfield Central High School mock trial team attorney and co-captain Cynthia Lu gives the closing for the defense during the state final round March 9, held via Zoom. Following the match, Lu said, "Mock Trial has given me so much. If you would have told me we would be winning a state championship a few years ago I never would have believed it! I am so humbled and honored to have been a co-captain for this record-breaking team, and I am so proud of everyone!"
The Wisconsin High School Mock Trial program is funded by a generous grant from the Wisconsin Law Foundation.