Memorial Service to be held Friday, May 19 at noon in the Milwaukee County Courthouse, Room 500.
Members of the Wisconsin legal profession gathered for the Milwaukee Bar Association’s Judges Night on Tuesday at The Grain Exchange in Milwaukee.
Gov. Walker’s proposed Supreme Court block grant will give the court system flexibility in spending for the coming biennium, however some are concerned that the block grant still leaves the court system struggling to make ends meet.
The Milwaukee Bar Association is hosting a program to explain Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed changes to how the Wisconsin Court System will be funded.
Both candidates running for Milwaukee County judge said Thursday that they are willing to appoint attorneys for civil cases when a client can’t afford one.
The Milwaukee Bar Association will host a forum March 6 for two court commissioners vying for a soon-to-be vacant circuit judge seat.
Attorneys, members of the judiciary and others gathered Tuesday at The Mackie Building in Milwaukee for the Milwaukee Bar Association’s annual Judges Night event.
Marquette Law School and the Milwaukee Bar Association are partnering to launch the Milwaukee Justice Center Mobile Legal Clinic, a bus designed to provide free, brief legal advice to individuals who are outside of the areas currently served by legal volunteer efforts in metropolitan Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Bar Association Foundation’s 25th annual golf outing Wednesday raised money for the Milwaukee Justice Center.
Candidates for the Wisconsin Supreme Court reported little fundraising activity in the last two months of 2012 as the campaign remained largely silent ahead of the April 2 election.
It’s a time of transition for Charlie Barr, president of the Milwaukee Bar Association.
The Milwaukee Bar Association on Friday held a memorial service at the Milwaukee County Courthouse to remember the more than 50 members of the local legal community who died during the last year.
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