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March 1, 2023 – Spread the word:
The Wisconsin Law Foundation seeks grant applications for charitable or educational programs in Wisconsin that promote greater public understanding of the law and the improvement of the administration of justice, or are an educational program or project that directly affects Wisconsin residents. Thanks to donations from State

March 1, 2023 – Next month, two candidates from the Madison area will square off for the post of State Bar of Wisconsin president-elect. In this Q&A, Jane Bucher and Marisol González Castillo discuss their ideas for meeting the challenges facing the State Bar, if elected. González Castillo is an associate in the Madison office

Shorewood’s mock trial team poses for a photo at the regional tournament on Feb. 4 in Milwaukee. Photo: Attorney-coach Nathan Bayer. Feb. 15, 2023 – It wasn’t a comfortable feeling for a judge: attending a trial in his former courtroom, where he wasn’t allowed to speak or comment on the proceedings. For 17 years, Marathon

Feb. 1, 2023 – I think it is important for lawyers to contribute back in any way possible to support the present and the future of the profession.

Volunteering for service with the State Bar of Wisconsin has always been an important part of my contributions to the legal profession. My involvement started with the

Feb. 1, 2021 – State Treasurer John Leiber’s childhood vision of attending law school didn’t involve online classes and pandemic lockdowns.

“I always wanted to get my law degree when I was younger,” Leiber said. “I started in 2019 and Covid hit one semester later. It was a very unusual law school experience.”

Leiber, a