Harvard Law School soon will allow students to apply for admission using their scores from the GRE standardized test, a break from tradition that's meant to draw a wider range of candidates to the school.
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A proposal that would do away with the state treasurer position is one vote away from being put before voters in a statewide referendum.Read More »
A former teacher's aide shown in a video pushing a student to the floor last year says in a lawsuit that Milwaukee Public Schools failed to warn him about "violent conditions" at the school.Read More »
Steve Gigot was an engineer at a manufacturing facility when he noticed jobs were disappearing. So he took a job as an engineer at a law firm, evaluating situations such as rollovers to determine what might have happened.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear three cases in March involving appeals in lawyer-discipline and workers’ compensation cases and a certified case involving contracts.Read More »
A Madison attorney is challenging a referee’s recommendations that her license be suspended for a year and pay thousands in restitution for allegedly filing either frivolous or meritless cases in federal court.Read More »