Alexis Arnold says she's sympathetic toward protesters who have peacefully fought racial injustice this summer. But as some demonstrations spiral into violence, her anxiety is building.Read More »
A wide majority of Wisconsin residents support requiring masks to be worn in all public places as concern about the coronavirus rises, a new Marquette University Law School poll released Tuesday showed.Read More »
Wisconsinites will weigh in on the current makeup of the state Supreme Court in February as Justice Dan Kelly seeks election to a full 10-year term on the high court.Read More »
Critics of the John Doe investigations that have dogged Gov. Scott Walker since he took office in 2011 often make much of the fact that Wisconsin is the only state to have a law allowing the frequently secret probes.Read More »
Despite more job opportunities for new law school graduates, the percentage of law school grads who get jobs out of college fell for the sixth straight year, according to a study released this month.Read More »
Andrew DeClercq of Boardman & Clark LLP received the Individual Attorney Pro Bono Award at the Dane County Bar Association’s annual Pro Bono Breakfast on May 1.
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A Wednesday afternoon boycott staged by four state justices enhanced the fractured image of the Supreme Court and could happen again if its leader doesn’t conform to a new protocol.
Tagged with: Ann Walsh Bradley Annette Ziegler David Prosser Marquette University Law School Michael Gableman Patience Roggensack Patrick Crooks Rick Esenberg Shirley Abrahamson Supreme Court WI Supreme Court Wisconsin Judicial CommissionRead More »