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How quickly – and completely – the COVID-19 pandemic ends seems less relevant to the future of law practice, because shifts related to technology, marketing and business development, hiring and retention, diversity, and other areas that have been sweeping the legal profession seem to be here to stay.
By Ed Finkel
Five Wisconsin lawyers representing different geographic areas offer a snapshot of what they are experiencing amid a pandemic and what they anticipate their business to look like in the next few years.
By Christopher Cody Shattuck
Too often, people who have accidents or other health-related emergencies are then hit by unexpected medical bills. The recently enacted federal No Surprises Act might alleviate some of the financial harm.
By Kelly J. Noyes

Opinions, Voices & Ideas

  • President's Message
  • Communicating Gracefully
  • Cheryl Daniels wants you to know that, pandemic or not, State Bar leaders and staff welcome interactions with members, especially when engaged in with courtesy, kindness, and empathy.
  • Your State Bar
  • Finding Common Ground
  • Larry Martin urges lawyers and other Americans, regardless of political affiliation, to work together to resolve the many problems confronting our nation and world.
  • Final Thought
  • Becoming Comfortable with Discomfort
  • To truly heal the wounds caused by racism and other types of bias and improve life for everyone, TR Edwards says Americans must understand, not hide from, our nation's past.

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