For the past three years, the Wisconsin Law Journal has handed out dozens of Up and Coming Lawyer awards. And each year, our editors find they could have given out many more.
The Wisconsin Law Journal celebrated its fourth annual Up and Coming Lawyers event Wednesday night at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee.
Just a few years ago, Peter Young began his professional career as a litigation project assistant, working for the defense and living the fast-paced Chicago lifestyle.
When researchers are mapping the human brain as part of the Human Connectome Project, they probably are not thinking about the commercial opportunities of their work. That’s where Jack Cook, an intellectual property attorney, enters the process. Cook, who has a degree in electrical engineering, had a strong interest in math and science, but, he […]
In a short time, Peter Wilder has worked on bank mergers ranging from as small as $3 million to as large as $4.1 billion.
She’s the resident expert on permanent residence.
Lauren Stuckert quickly learned that it can be best to face the biggest challenges early in a career.
After working as an assistant district attorney for two years, Tyrone St. Junior already has handled serious felonies, including attempted homicides.
Before she chose the law, Elisabeth Shea joined the Peace Corps in West Africa and earned a master’s degree in agricultural and applied economics.
His pride swells, Daniel O’Callaghan said, whenever he drives by University Square in Madison.
The legislation that redefined labor law in Wisconsin also shaped much of Summer Murshid’s experience as a young lawyer.
In Elizabeth Miles’ second week as a summer associate at Davis & Kuelthau SC, senior attorney Bill Mulligan gauged her interest in pursuing a billion dollar PCB remediation lawsuit on behalf of a municipal client.
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