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Author Archives: MaryBeth Matzek, Special to the Wisconsin Law Journal

Westfall finds preparation key to success

Kathryn Westfall sees a few similarities between the time she spent playing NCAA Division I soccer while attending Harvard University and the work she has done in corporate law at Reinhart Boerner Van Dueren.

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Lamb arguing her way into history

About 2-1/2 years into her career at the Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office, Kaitlin Lamb decided she wanted to argue a case before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

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Bush zeroed in on litigation

Brendan Bush was introduced to the law at an early age. His father – a plaintiff’s attorney – would often discuss his cases at the dinner table and encourage Bush and his siblings to ask questions.

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Reimann heeded call to the law

While working in environmental consulting, Allison Reimann dealt with a lot of regulations and came to discover she had an aptitude for understanding legal matters. Six years after graduating from college, Reimann headed to law school where she found her calling: commercial litigation. “Once I started writing briefs, I just loved it. I also enjoyed putting together arguments so litigation ...

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Schulz pulls his weight in M&A deals

For Kevin Schulz, an attorney at Foley & Lardner in Milwaukee, success is when his client closes on a deal, whether it be the sale of a family business or of a major league baseball team.

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Litigation, municipal work ideal blend for Allen

At first glance, the two parts of Susan Allen’s legal practice may seem as if they have little in common. But to Allen, a partner at Stafford Rosenbaum in Milwaukee, her litigation practice and work for municipalities are a natural combination.

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