Campaign contributions, arrest records and recall petition signatures are all available for public view in Wisconsin, but the state's Board of Bars Examiners is not subject to the same visibility when it comes to supplying information on bar exam applicants.
The State Bar will have to do some rewriting in order to get Wisconsin Supreme Court approval of a proposed bylaw change altering the path for challenges to dues spending.
After enjoying seven years of stagnant dues, Wisconsin attorneys may be on the brink of an increase in their annual membership fee with the State Bar.
In the wake of limiting administrative matters held in public, the Wisconsin Supreme Court is considering alternatives to how it reviews rules petitions.
Live streaming of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Board of Governors meetings would increase visibility of bar leadership, but some question if anyone would log on to listen.
Discussion on a series of proposals aimed at improving civility and public trust in the Wisconsin Supreme Court may take place behind closed doors pending a vote by the justices next month to narrow the focus of open administrative conferences.
A Madison attorney who was denied access to the names and addresses of people who took the Wisconsin bar exam in July is arguing the information should be public record.
With the Wisconsin Supreme Court scheduled to revisit a proposal to abolish the mandatory bar, petitioner Steve Levine is looking for a compromise.
For the second time in less than a year, the Wisconsin Supreme Court shot down a proposal to create a voluntary State Bar.
In the face of a six-figure deficit, the State Bar of Wisconsin is juggling cutting costs with outreach efforts to its members statewide.
A member of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Board of Governors is arguing a series of statewide listening sessions is really just a prelude to a dues increase.
On Thursday, the state Supreme Court breathed life into a contentious petition to abolish mandatory participation in the State Bar of Wisconsin.
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