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WILL Challenges Wisconsin Campaign Finance Restriction

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WILL Welcomes New Intern

Monica Young is a legal intern at WILL.  Monica currently attends Marquette University Law School and also clerks for Judge Dreyfus in Waukesha. Before ...

On Behalf of U.S. DOJ, DPI Requests Disability Data From Private Schools

According to WILL President and General Counsel Rick Esenberg, “The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction is allowing itself to be commandeered by the

KENOSHA SCHOOL DISTRICT CBA DECLARED VOID

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Court Enters Judgment Declaring Aggregate Contribution Limits Unconstitutional

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State agrees to cease enforcing aggregate contribution limits

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Shannon Whitworth Joins WILL as Law & Public Policy Fellow

WILL is welcoming another attorney to its staff! Shannon Whitworth brings eighteen years of civil litigation experience in Southeast Wisconsin to WILL, as

Shannon Whitworth Joins WILL as Law & Public Policy Fellow

WILL is welcoming another attorney to its staff! Shannon Whitworth brings eighteen years of civil litigation experience in Southeast Wisconsin to WILL, as