Education Rights and COVID-19 with Jeff Spitzer-Resnick
With the school year fast-approaching, lawyers will be busy fielding questions from school districts and parents. Jeff Spitzer-Resnick discusses the legal issues with reopening plans and a recent decision on the constitutional right to literacy.
Anza D'Antonio Opens Doors to the Legal Profession
Milwaukee attorney Anza D'Antonio makes a point to mentor students she encounters. As this year’s Diversity & Inclusion Trailblazer, D'Antonio is honored for her innovative internship program that opened doors for high school and law students who never imagined legal careers.
Legal Research 101: Getting Started in Bankruptcy
Clients may turn to you for help and advice on the pros and cons of filing for bankruptcy, so bankruptcy might appear to be an attractive addition to your practice. However, to actually help your clients by offering competent advice, there are several factors to consider.
Electronic Filing Begins in the Court of Appeals
Attorneys can now participate in voluntary eFiling pilot program in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. District III. The program begins in Districts II and I in the coming weeks, in anticipation of a mandatory program starting July 1, 2021.
Wrongfully Convicted Lawyer Discusses Criminal Justice
"I had the unrealistic, naive expectation that the criminal justice system would give me the same presumption of innocence," said Jarrett Adams, who was 17 when he was wrongfully convicted of a crime in Wisconsin and spent 10 years in prison.