The Wisconsin Law Journal honored 23 outstanding women lawyers Thursday night during its annual Women in the Law event at Discovery World in Milwaukee.
Jennifer Gregor was immediately drawn to intellectual property litigation in law school. With the experience she had gained working in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries early in her career, she knew this was the area for her.
Divorces are difficult enough without spouses battling it out in court. Bonnie Abramoff is dedicated to helping separating couples dissolve their marriages and settle conflicts in a more mutually beneficial way.
When Raye Daugherty started her career as a 23 year old, she had to work hard to establish her credibility and gain the trust of managers who were taking her advice.
Growing up, Ursula Weigold wanted to become a teacher because her own instructors had inspired her.
Janet Protasiewicz has done it all.
As a child, Sherry Coley was inspired by her grandfather — a self-made, self-taught farmer who served as an Iowa senator.
From estate planning to trusts and family business planning, Christine Rew Barden strives to get to the heart of each client’s goals and concerns in order to formulate real solutions that work for them.
When Adrienne Moore gets ready for trial she listens to the blues song “I’m a Woman” by Koko Taylor.
A win can be hard to come by in the State Public Defender’s appellate office for lawyers who are handling appeals cases involving crimes, juvenile matters, mental commitments and terminations of parental rights.
In her career spanning nearly four decades, Marilyn Townsend has made a name for herself as a civil-rights trailblazer.
When Heather Nelson was in sixth grade, she and her classmates performed a staged jury trial that saw them pretending to litigate a case involving an accident between a car and a bicycle.
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