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  • June 01, 2016

    Register Now: Learn the Latest Developments at the 2016 Family Law Workshop, Aug. 4-6 in Door County

    Lawyers, judges, and family court commissioners are invited to attend the annual workshop to learn the latest updates in family law.

    June 1, 2016 – From discussions on negotiations and mediations, to a presentation on guardians ad litem, to variable costs, and a 101 on family law, get all the latest updates in family law at the 35th Annual Family Law Workshop.

    Lawyers, judges, and family court commissioners are invited to attend the workshop on Thursday, Aug. 4, to Saturday, Aug. 6, 2016, at the Stone Harbor Resort & Conference Center in Sturgeon Bay.

    Two Tracks for New and Experienced Practitioners

    Program sessions include updates in case law and legislation, hot topics and tips for beginning family law practitioners, the latest tips for parenting coordination, and retirement plan nuts and bolts.

    On Friday, choose between Family Law 101 for attendees newer to family law or those wishing to review the basics, and Family Law 201 for intermediate to experienced family law practitioners. All come together for combined programs Thursday and Saturday.

    Thursday Reception and Friday Cruise

    Relax Thursday evening at the complimentary patio cocktail reception, and stay for Friday’s sunset cruise. Enjoy the scenic waters of Door County aboard a historic vessel, the Chicago Fire Boat. Guests are welcome, but space is limited, so register now.

    CLE Course Materials

    CLE course materials are provided in PDF format and will be downloadable from’s myStateBar prior to the event. The number of CLE credits will be determined by the Board of Bar Examiners, including EPR credit.

    Local family court commissioners and judges are encouraged to attend, as the State Bar will also apply for judicial legal education credits.

    Reserve Your Room Now for the Best Rates: Deadline is July 4

    The workshop will be held at the Stone Harbor Resort and Conference Center in Sturgeon Bay. A special room rate is available for those staying at the resort for the workshop.

    To receive the special room rate, make your room reservation by July 4. Call the resort directly at (877) 746-0700. Please indicate you are part of a group room block under the State Bar of Wisconsin – Family Law Section.

    To Register

    • Call the State Bar at (800) 728-7788; or

    • Download the registration form and mail it to: State Bar of Wisconsin, Family Law Workshop, P.O. Box 7158, Madison, WI 53707-7158; or

    • Fax your registration form to (608) 257-5502

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