We are grateful for our Board of Directors and the time and attention they provide to the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. They provide counsel, guidance, and oversight to ensure that the organization remains Wisconsin’s premier policy and legal center.
Ingenuity and skill were executed by Attorney Michael Fischer, and Attorney Thomas C. Kamenick championed the cause to VICTORY
WILL is at the forefront of the effort to expand parental choice in education. Whether publishing reports on how to craft high-quality choice policies or rigorous fiscal analyses that influence the debates in Madison, or even suing the state education bureaucracy for its failure to follow the law, WILL can be counted upon to fight for Wisconsin families.
WILL provides the deep dive into the details that allows me to better deliver our conservative priorities and execute conservative solutions on behalf of our great community.
WILL is a reliable source for thoughtful, conservative analysis and serves a key role in Wisconsin’s public policy debates.
Whether ally or adversary, WILL attorneys are always ethical and insightful and Wisconsin is better for their advocacy.
After a lifetime of involvement in America’s conservative movement, I am proud to say that WILL is one of the most successful organizations I’ve been a part of and happy to see it grow and impact public policy.
WILL defends liberty at every turn, for everyone - even when others stop caring. Wisconsin is better, stronger, and freer for their efforts.
The liberty movement has benefitted immensely from state-based litigation centers like WILL. Their lawsuits in defense of economic and personal freedom provide robust models that ought to be followed by organizations in states across the country.
WILL’s legal team was the missing link in education reform in Wisconsin and their research capabilities enhance our ability to develop effective policy.
WILL has provided a valuable and necessary service in upholding the public records law in a time when it is under attack in all three branches of government.
I never said you wouldn’t get a helluva lawyer if you use the Bradley Foundation’s marquee organization