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2014 Up and Coming Lawyers

Lin looks for the challenges

Enku Edgar Lin realized he was pursuing the right practice area while interning as a 2L with the State Public Defender’s Office in the Milwaukee Trial Division.

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Urmanski empowers victims

At the Sheboygan County Office of the District Attorney for the past eight years, Joel Urmanski’s best work goes beyond normal courtroom functions.

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Kohout plays key role in Bucks’ sale

It’s not every day an attorney gets the opportunity to work on a headline-making deal. But that’s what Jason Kohout had the chance to do recently while working with a team of Foley & Lardner LLP attorneys on the $550 million sale of the Milwaukee Bucks.

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Fowles satisfied with career switch

Sarah Fowles was working to raise money for New York University in 2001 and sharing an office with a public defender displaced by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks when she realized she was in the wrong profession.

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Linnen racks up 7th Circuit wins

Julie Linnen penned an especially prophetic eighth-grade essay. She wrote that someday she wanted “to be a lawyer for people who can’t afford lawyers.”

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McLeod builds on early win

Working on his first state Supreme Court case just two years out of law school left such an impression on Nick McLeod that he still can recite the case summary, four years after the court’s ruling.

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Johnson helps workers stay afloat

After spending his undergraduate days as a competitive swimmer, Larry Johnson dove into the deep end of employee representation when he started his law career eight years ago.

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Meiners leads by example

Going to law school while also studying for a master’s degree in history probably wasn’t the easiest thing Debora Meiners ever did.

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Imhoff finds worldwide demand

Benjamin Imhoff is following through on his theory that becoming a patent law attorney, rather than someone who works in a lab, is the best way to keep up on evolving technology.

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