They are members of the legal community who make a difference – by mentoring others, by offering their services in pro bono work, by leading the way in bettering the practice of law in Wisconsin. We congratulate these award recipients, and offer them a round of applause.
Larry Martin says "The History of Wisconsin's Black Lawyers," a new publication from the Wisconsin Association of African-American Lawyers, captures the struggles and successes of 11 black lawyers who came before us.
Writing for the State Bar of Wisconsin Public Interest Law Blog, Liz Groeschel discusses details of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that impact federal student loan borrowers.
By volunteering to serve on a State Bar of Wisconsin committee, not only do you help your profession, but you make lasting connections with your colleagues. State Bar President-elect Kathy Brost is seeking volunteers to serve on a committee for the 2020-21 fiscal year -- apply by April 15.
Young lawyers are the change agents that will help instill the public's confidence in the legal system, help drive innovative solutions for access to justice, and advocate on important issues that impact the legal profession as a whole.
Who are Wisconsin's innovators? The "That's a Fine Idea: Legal Innovation Wisconsin" initiative spotlights these risk takers who advance the legal profession with perseverance, creative thinking, and big ideas.
With a night of celebration honoring leaders in the profession, the Wisconsin Law Foundation celebrates 45 new Fellows, members of the legal profession who show a commitment to the profession and community service. Congratulations!