The Wisconsin Law Journal honored 26 outstanding women lawyers Thursday night during the annual Women in the Law event at the Pfister in Milwaukee. Nearly 325 people were in attendance for the 13th annual event.
Jonathan Margolies clearly remembers the poise Kathy Schill showed when she handled her first cross-examination and what she did to the expert witness.
Madison-area estate planning attorney Marilyn Crowley is proving that it’s never too late to learn new things and develop new skills.
When she was young, Lecia Johnson didn’t dream about becoming a lawyer.
Sheila Shadman knows from experience how one class can set a student on a completely unexpected course.
Ellen Nowak said she has followed an interesting path to her current position as the chairperson of the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.
Tracey Klein has learned an important lesson about having a legal career: The higher attorneys rise in the ranks, the more flexibility they have.
Amanda Riek enjoys rooting for the underdog.
Meg Pekarske can explain her legal career in one sentence: “Things just sort of happened.”
When Nancy Wilson decided to back to school, she put her nose to the grindstone and went non-stop for five years. All in one go, she found herself earning her undergraduate degree, master’s in accounting and a law degree.
To Ann Hanneman, change is good — it’s what she enjoys the most about her area of law.
Law school didn’t teach Ariella Schreiber enough about business, so she’s going for her MBA in addition to working a full-time day job.
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