As alumna Tammy Baldwin, the state’s first female U.S. senator, returns to Washington, D.C., we pay tribute to our long tradition of pioneers who have blazed a trail for Wisconsin women in the legal profession. Six women are profiled — from our first female graduate to our first female dean.
Widely recognized as the pioneer of bad-faith insurance law, William Shernoff’s landmark win on behalf of an injured roofer was just the beginning of a remarkable career.
Our new Immigrant Justice Clinic director examines how words — like illegals, illegal immigrants, undocumented people, or aliens — affect perceptions of people and issues.
A car accident changed Jimmy Anderson’s life forever. But this recent graduate is determined to succeed in legal practice, while raising awareness about the dangers of drunk driving.