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2017 Leaders in the Law

Feb 16, 2017

Packard empowers clients facing challenges

Growing up, Tamara Packard said she wanted to make a difference. She now gets to do that through her work at Pines Bach in Madison.

Feb 16, 2017

Harrington pays it forward

When Art Harrington was growing up in Kenosha, he probably didn’t realize he would one day represent his hometown after one of its last big manufacturers closed its doors.

Feb 16, 2017

Orr exhibits three decades of compassion

More than anything, Albert Orr enjoys the close relationships his practice fosters. Some of those relationships date all the way to 1988.

Feb 16, 2017

DeMeuse goes overtime for his clients

Jeff DeMeuse enjoyed playing sports in high school and at Lawrence University. So when the time came to settle on a career, he sought out one that would allow him to show his competitive side while keeping him engaged.

Feb 16, 2017

‘Professional way’ carries Gegios to success

As a law student, Robert Gegios was pretty sure he wasn’t going to be litigator.

Feb 16, 2017

Janzer succeeds by intensely serving clients

During high school and part of law school, Jerry Janzer worked for his family’s small business, Janzer’s Religious Articles. While it may have seemed he was headed for a career in business, Janzer had something else in mind.

Feb 16, 2017

De la Mora the Swiss Army Knife of attorneys

Through the more than 40 years Hector de la Mora has practiced law, he’s handled a wide variety of cases.

Feb 16, 2017

Neider’s open-door policy keeps the firm’s doors open

One of the perks of starting your own firm is that you get to set its goals and mission.

Feb 16, 2017

Manista champions diversity in legal community and beyond

Leaving private practice in 1998 was one of the most difficult decisions Raymond Manista has had to make.

Feb 16, 2017

White’s classroom time gives him courtroom advantage

In the beginning, Mario White thought he would end up working as a government lawyer of some kind. Criminal law was the furthest thing from his mind.

Feb 16, 2017

Kalscheur a problem-solver, trusted advisor

For Bradley Kalscheur, seeing the contributions his father made while running his hometown’s savings-and-loan bank greatly influenced his decision to pursue a law degree.

Feb 16, 2017

More than a just partner, Strohbehn the ‘go to’ attorney

Erin Strohbehn never quite knows what kind of case will cross her desk.


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