Wisconsin Supreme Court justices expressed concern Friday that a rules petition pertaining to limited-scope representation would allow judges to keep attorneys on cases far longer than the attorney had agreed.
Kimberly Walker, who was ousted as Milwaukee County corporation counsel in 2013, will serve as the new executive director of the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee Inc.
The state’s civil courts are the realm of the rich, those who can afford as many lawyers as they need.
John Ebbott is stepping down from his role leading Legal Action of Wisconsin Inc., but his passion for equal representation remains strong.
The longtime executive director of the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee Inc. is retiring in September.
A movement is underway to create a new class of nonlawyer legal practitioners, meant primarily to provide services to the poor.
A law firm partner, a champion of battered women and children and a Milwaukee reporter each were honored Wednesday with the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee’s Equal Justice Medal.
Lindsey Davis, James Goldschmidt and Leila Sahar joined Quarles & Brady LLP’s Milwaukee office.
Milwaukee County supervisors on Thursday unanimously approved allocating $1,644,101 in Community Development Block Grants, which are financed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
State Sen. Glenn Grothman leaves no room for interpretation when summarizing the state’s stance on handouts for civil legal service.
Logic doesn’t often prevail in the politics versus social services debate.
At least two candidates will vie for the Branch 28 seat in Milwaukee County Circuit Court next spring.
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