The State Bar of Wisconsin has launched a statewide program to teach students and adults financial literacy.
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The latest development in a long-festering dispute over mandatory dues finds the Wisconsin State Bar once again preparing to go to the arbitration table to fight off a challenge of its ability to collect money for purposes that members might object to.Read More »
In a few paragraphs in a Monday decision about certain public unions, the U.S. Supreme Court essentially left a precedent untouched that spells out a mandatory bar association’s ability to collect and use dues, experts say.Read More »
An influx of money from pro hac vice fees will allow Wisconsin’s Access to Justice Commission Inc. to continue its work, but questions remain about its future viability.Read More »
It seems State Bar leadership is finally figuring out they have a long road ahead to get the Legislature and voters to go along with a proposed Constitutional amendment to limit state Supreme Court justices to a single, 16-year term.Read More »
The State Bar’s Board of Governors is scheduled to hold a discussion in closed session concerning the bar’s decision to hire an attorney to represent the organization in front of the state Supreme Court.Read More »