Karen Ripley loves working for a company that sells beer.
Long before the term “multitasking” was applied to people, and not just computers, Mary Gerbig was successfully combining family with the pursuit of a legal career.
Mary Turke knows what women want.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Blackwood was still a child when she observed the Milwaukee County Circuit Court system in action during a high school field trip, but from that moment forward, she knew what she wanted to do.
Lynda Templen is a shark.
Car troubles steered Jane Hamblen’s law career toward the high-finance firms of Wall Street.
In February 2004, Teri Jendusa-Nicolai was kidnapped, beaten with a baseball bat by her ex-husband, wrapped in duct tape and left to die in an unheated storage unit. Remarkably, she survived.
When sole practitioner Kirsten Hildebrand looked at a list of this year’s other honorees, she said, “I don’t have a great resume like them; I’m just a great attorney.”
Nancy Leary Haggerty didn’t intend to become a lawyer; she was more interested in the bright lights of TV news.
As a United States magistrate judge, Nancy Joseph has many duties: bail hearings; evidentiary hearings; arraignments; initial appearances; reviewing warrant applications and issuing warrants; mediating civil cases; and when the parties in civil cases consent, handling the entire case the same as an Article III judge would.
As a young lawyer doing corporate transactions in the mid-1980s, Kim Wynn frequently was the only woman at the negotiation table.
When attorney Michelle Fitzgerald opened her own firm in 2000, she decided she wanted to offer legal services differently than anyone else in the state.
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