Fewer people took and passed the Wisconsin State Bar Exam in 2012 than in the two past years, according to an annual report released last week by the state Board of Bar Examiners.
Walking into her reinstatement hearing May 23, 2011, attorney Jane Edgar felt fairly confident.
Since her first year in law school, Sheila Heitzig has been working to help women.
The biggest case of Kelly Dodd’s career started off as just another attempt to collect child support.
Succeeding as a solo or small-firm attorney means being not only an effective lawyer, but also a savvy businessperson.
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.
Waukesha attorney Don Murn has always enjoyed being his own boss.
A little fatherly advice went a long way in setting Kelli Thompson on her path to become Wisconsin’s state public defender.
Katie Bricco assembled an unusual jury for her trial advocacy course at Marquette University Law School last year.
During law school, Milwaukee attorney Tim Trecek struggled to sit through classes on the theory of law. But when he took a course on Advanced Trial Practice, he said, he found his calling.
When attorney Pat Brennan graduated law school in 1981, he could have joined his father’s Janesville law practice, Brennan Steil SC.
When Dan Blinka took a job teaching at Marquette University Law School in 1985, he intended to stay no longer than five years.
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