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2021 Unsung Heroes

Dec 10, 2021

With a commitment to public service, Mann coaches people through court system

By necessity, Charley Mann has had to learn to deliver with tact news someone might not want to hear.

Dec 10, 2021

Bohlen pushes paralegals at Hupy to be their best

Karen Bohlen loves helping and working with people.

Dec 10, 2021

For 3 decades, Janetski has done it all at Fox, O’Neill & Shannon

A lot of has changed in the 29 years that Judy Janetski has served as the office manager of Fox, O’Neill & Shannon. But one thing has remained the same — her commitment to every responsibility that comes with the job.

Dec 10, 2021

Quarles does more than get by with a little help from Frenzer

Lawyers and staff at Quarles & Brady have always recognized Bernard Frenzer as being indispensable to the running of the firm’s Madison and Minneapolis offices. The pandemic has only driven that point home all the more.

Dec 10, 2021

Jacobson goes above, beyond for colleagues at Husch Blackwell

Sandy Jacobson’s mantra is simple: She tries to make things easier for people.

Dec 10, 2021

Maass’ main trait is helping people en masse

Steph Maass was a senior in high school in 2000 when George W. Bush and Al Gore faced off in a historic election that took several weeks to resolve because of its close vote.

Dec 10, 2021

Law Journal honors its 2021 Unsung Heroes

The Wisconsin Law Journal, for the 16th straight year, honored 22 Unsung Heroes of the legal community on Friday during a luncheon at The Grain Exchange in downtown Milwaukee.

Dec 10, 2021

McGuire draws on experience to help Godfrey’s transition to remote work

For more than two decades, Betsy McGuire has kept Godfrey & Kahn up to date on the ever-changing rules governing intellectual property.

Dec 10, 2021

Goloborodko brings unquenchable optimism to Godfrey & Kahn

Yelena Goloborodko’s key to success is her optimism.

Dec 10, 2021

When COVID hit, Ament kept Bye, Goff & Rohde running smoothly

When the pandemic upended the world in spring 2020, essential businesses were forced to turn on a dime to keep their operations running.

Dec 10, 2021

Hayes helped Boardman Clark navigate paralegal shortage caused by pandemic

When the pandemic hit, one of the people at Boardman Clark who stepped up to help the firm tackle an unprecedented number of new difficulties was Christina Hayes.


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