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WILL Welcomes Caitlin Herbert

WILL would like to welcome our newest addition, Caitlin Herbert!  Caitlin is a 3L at Marquette Law School, and comes to us through an internship program ...

Seventh Circuit Upholds Entirety of Act 10

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Protecting Property Owners Against Eminent Domain Abuses

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals acted yesterday to protect property owners’ rights to receive full and just compensation when government takes their land ...

Supreme Court Again Declines to Take Voter ID Case

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How to Measure Teacher Effectiveness

Roadblocks of education reform have long argued that it’s difficult, if not impossible, to accurately measure the effectiveness of a teacher.  As a result,

WILL Welcomes Attorney CJ Szafir

WILL would like to welcome our newest attorney, CJ Szafir!  He will be working on our education reform initiative and comes to us at an exciting time when ...

NCTQ and UW Board of Regents Settle Open Records Lawsuit

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Briefing Completed in MacIver v. Erpenbach

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