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Daniels, new State Bar president-elect, ready to listen, lead (VIDEO)

The Madison attorney Cheryl Daniels is the newest member of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s leadership team in what has proved to be a historic election for the organization. Daniels defeated Michael May, Madison city attorney, in the April race for president-elect. Her victory marked the first time in State Bar history that three women will serve as the top ...

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Daniels to serve as State Bar president-elect

Madison attorney Cheryl Daniels has been elected the State Bar of Wisconsin president-elect, marking the first time in State Bar history that three women will serve as the organization’s top leaders. The State Bar announced Daniels’ election on Friday. Daniels, a government lawyer at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection in Madison, defeated Michael May, city attorney ...

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Solo practitioner, public-interest lawyer talk difficulties ahead for bar, profession

This year’s race to take the top leadership spot for Wisconsin lawyers pits a public-interest lawyer against a solo practitioner, both of whom work out of Milwaukee. The Wisconsin State Bar announced in December that Jill Kastner and Randall Nash had accepted nominations to run for the office. Nash is a civil litigator who earned his law degree from the University ...

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Bar president hopefuls talk increased dues, decreasing membership

Two Madison litigators are facing off in this year’s race for State Bar president. The two were nominated by committee to run for the position and their acceptance was announced in February. Attorneys should receive ballots for the election by Friday and return them by April 28. The winner will start on July 1 on a one-year term as president-elect ...

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