The Wisconsin Supreme Court approved changes to emeritus membership status at the State Bar of Wisconsin and re-established a rule to allow more supervised practice time for law students.Read More »
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, ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
State Bar dues may spike more than 15 percent next year, but assessments imposed by the Wisconsin Supreme Court will drop, albeit slightly.
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To practice in Wisconsin, lawyers are required to pay $224 a year in State Bar dues, but that doesn’t buy them a meaningful look into how bar leaders spend the money.Read More »
At the end of Henrik Ibsen’s play, “The Pillars of Society,” after the so-called pillars of society have been shown to be a bunch of scoundrels, the boy Olaf declares, “I don’t want to be a pillar of society.”Read More »