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2015 Women in the Law

Jun 11, 2015

Light bulb moment brings Arndt Labs to law

Jodi Arndt Labs was nine years old the first time she dealt with the court. “I had a light-bulb moment that said, ‘I could do better than those guys,’” Arndt Labs laughed.

Jun 11, 2015

Gibeault has knack for firsts at Axley Brynelson

When Patricia Gibeault was starting out as a bankruptcy attorney, she was sometimes mistaken for someone’s secretary. Times have definitely changed.

Jun 11, 2015

Mancoske looks out for clients, other solos

Courtroom TV shows such as “The Young Lawyers” gave Mancoske a sense of what lawyers could do in an altruistic way.

Jun 11, 2015

GaleWyrick rules court with a receptive ear

A few weeks ago, a graduate of Polk County drug court waited outside of Molly E. GaleWyrick’s Circuit Court chambers.

Jun 11, 2015

Murphy a trailblazer for women attorneys

Ann Murphy is no longer mistaken for a secretary, but she certainly remembers those days.

Jun 11, 2015

Sutkiewicz helps establish veterans court initiative

Sheboygan County Judge Angela Sutkiewicz was looking for a way to help military veterans who were suffering from treatable behavioral-health conditions and found their way into her courtroom after committing a crime.

Jun 11, 2015

Maloney’s appellate work making a difference

When Susan Maloney was seeking to add some flexibility and variety to her litigation practice, she made the decision to jump into appellate work.


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