Whether it’s in children’s court or adult court in Milwaukee County, Assistant District Attorney Brittany Grayson has earned respect in the seven years that she’s been a prosecutor.
Within just a few years of becoming an attorney, Sarah Sargent has already handled complex, high-stakes cases.
Zachary Zellner’s path to becoming a lawyer started with seeing the difference his parents had made as teachers. As a personal-injury attorney at Hupy and Abraham in Madison, he advocates for victims seeking compensation.
Maria de Arteaga says she doesn’t believe in fate, but when she came across the listing for her dream job at the Wisconsin Innocence Project — a position dedicated to helping Latino inmates pursue innocence claims — she had to wonder if fate played a hand.
For the neglected, abused and misunderstood, Kelsey Burazin offers a safe haven and an open-minded outlook.
Growing up, Vanessa Wishart spent a lot of time outdoors, so it should be no surprise that she ended up practicing environmental law.
Amber Raffeet August got her first taste of immigration law when she was an undergraduate, when she worked as a receptionist for a legal clinic. It was an experience that had her thinking about going to law school.
Katherine Halopka-Ivery tried her first case in middle school.
About 350 people in the Wisconsin law community were in attendance Thursday to honor the 2018 class of Up and Coming Lawyers at Discovery World’s Pilot House in Milwaukee.
Timothy Maynard always thought it would be fulfilling to work as an attorney.
Criminal-defense attorney Jessica Giesen has immersed herself in her practice.
Maryam Ghayyad is building her own sort of practice.
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