State Bar of Wisconsin

Latest from State Bar of Wisconsin - Page 2

Wisconsin farms, like others around the nation, increasingly rely on the strenuous labor of immigrants and temporary guestworkers. The economic, historical, and social factors that led to this dependence are complex. The U.S. has a history of encouraging employers to invite temporary workers from Mexico and other countries during periods of labor shortages. Throughout the

Jan. 4, 2023 – Itching to make a New Year’s resolution for 2023? Resolve to become a mentor to a young lawyer. Mentorship comes in many different forms, and addresses a number of issues that are important for the legal professional as a whole.

In this article, four Wisconsin attorneys discuss how mentoring has benefitted

Jan. 4, 2022 – Solo practitioners and small-firm attorneys should pay attention to blogging and practice-management technology, according to LawSites’ Bob Ambrogi.

Ambrogi, a lawyer, journalist and award-winning blogger, said legal blogs are more popular than ever.

“I’ve just hit my 20th anniversary of blogging and I’ve never seen the level of readership that I