The State Bar annually elects a president-elect, treasurer or secretary, and a Judicial Council representative. A Nominating Committee, appointed by the president, chooses two or more candidates to run for these offices. The Nominating Committee announces its slate of candidates by Dec. 15. Members also can self-nominate by submitting to the State Bar a petition signed by 100 active Bar members by Feb. 1
The State Bar of Wisconsin's Law-related education programs promote awareness of the law and citizenship through interactive educational experiences. Help strengthen our citizens and the state we live in through interest, understanding, and appreciation of the legal system.
The State Bar's Government Relations staff works with members like you and state government officials to improve the administration of justice and the delivery of legal services in Wisconsin. You are key to our success, so stay informed and involved.
The State Bar's magazine, Wisconsin Lawyer, is a nationally recognized legal publication because of members like you who share their knowledge through the magazine.
The State Bar makes regular use of social networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. It is another way for you to stay in touch with your State Bar.
Joining a State Bar committee or seeking elected office is a great way to take a leadership role in your State Bar. We have a variety of ways to help you develop your leadership potential.
Whether you are an experienced volunteer or just starting out, we have resources to help you get involved and make a difference.
Attendees at PINNACLE Seminars depend on you. Would you like to be a speaker at an upcoming seminar or do you have an idea for a new program? Talk to us about your ideas and interests.