The Wisconsin Supreme Court will hold a public hearing on whether to keep, tweak or strike a rule allowing circuit courts to transfer cases to the tribal system, the justices decided Monday.
As the Wisconsin Supreme Court rushes to work through an extensive backlog of cases, the justices are reconsidering their long-standing reluctance to use email to discuss opinions and revisions.
A $200 increase to the fee out-of-state attorneys pay to handle cases in Wisconsin will bring a much-needed boost to the state’s Access to Justice Commission and Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation.
For the first time in 30 years, the Wisconsin Supreme Court is considering the formation of a committee to evaluate the performance and function of the mandatory State Bar.
On Thursday, the state Supreme Court breathed life into a contentious petition to abolish mandatory participation in the State Bar of Wisconsin.
A switch to a voluntary State Bar will take more than a few deletions to the current rules governing membership.
The push to abolish the mandatory State Bar suffered a setback Wednesday when the Wisconsin Supreme Court denied a petition to make the organization voluntary. By a 4-3 vote, the court decided that the proposal submitted Feb. 11 by attorneys Steve Levine and Jim Thiel lacked enough detail to warrant a public hearing. “Where are […]
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