The Chicago law firm of Arnstein & Lehr LLP opened a Milwaukee office with the addition of partner Charles Pautsch and associates Lisa Baiocchi and Jesse Dill to its labor and employment practice group. All three attorneys join Arnstein & Lehr from Jackson Lewis LLP, Brookfield.
Growing up with 14 siblings helped Milwaukee attorney Jerry Grzeca of Grzeca Law Group SC develop a competitive nature at an early age.
Lindsey Grady, Deputy Register in Probate in Milwaukee County, announced her candidacy Thursday for the Branch 28 seat in Milwaukee County Circuit Court, currently occupied by Judge Thomas Cooper. Cooper's term expires next spring.
David J. Cannon, a well-known figure in Milwaukee's legal community, died Tuesday after a lengthy illness.
Paralegal positions, while less lucrative than starting associate jobs, are becoming an attractive option for unemployed lawyers looking for work.
When the Indiana steel mill that Mark Thomsen was working at closed in 1984, he had a decision to make: find another factory job or pursue a new career.
Sarah Knutson has joined Urban & Taylor SC as an associate trial attorney. Her legal practice will focus exclusively on plaintiff personal injury and employment rights litigation. She is a 2011 graduate of Marquette University Law School.
Phoebe Weaver Williams dreamed about law school for years before she applied, leaving behind a management position at the Social Security Administration in Milwaukee.
It’s May, and for many aspiring lawyers, that means graduation time; what should be a time of celebration.
But this spring’s graduates, like many of late, face a hard reality once they’ve returned the caps and gowns: the persistently brutal job mark[...]
Defense attorneys may renew their campaign to recuse Justice Michael Gableman from criminal cases should attorney JoAnne Kloppenburg defeat Incumbent Justice David Prosser in Tuesday’s Wisconsin Supreme Court election. With Prosser on the court, the six state Supreme Court justices outside Gableman deadlocked on a previous motion regarding whether the court has power to consider […]
March Madness is on once again, but this has nothing to do with college basketball. U.S. News and World Report on Tuesday released its annual ranking of fully accredited American Bar Association law schools. The University of Wisconsin Law School fell seven spots from No. 28 last year to a tie for No. 35 this […]
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