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Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinics Attorney Spotlight: Josh Gimbel

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Varied experiences ultimately lead Goudie to paralegal work

Read it here,in the Wisconsin Law Journal by Erika Strebel to find out more about Paralegal John Goudie.

Erin M. Strohbehn Speaks at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School Special Panel

Erin M. Strohbehn is a class of 1998 graduate of Divine Savior Holy Angels High School and currently President of their alumnae association. On Thursday, April 27th, Erin appeared on a panel of six DSHA graduates to celebrate their accomplishments and discuss their work.

Ray Dall’Osto Testifies on Behalf of The State Bar of Wisconsin

Ray Dall'Osto Testimony

On December 20, 2017, Ray Dall’Osto appeared before the Assembly Committee on State Affairs, along with bill co-sponsors Rep. Kooyenga and Hebl, in support of AB 548. PIX Dall’Osto gave testimony on behalf of the State Bar of Wisconsin, urging legislators to enact AB 548, which would substantially increase compensation to exonerated persons for their past wrongful incarceration. Current Wisconsin law provides the lowest compensation rate in the country, i.e., $5,000 per year of incarceration, up to a maximum of $25,000. AB 548 would provide $50,000 per year of incarceration, up to $1 million.

Patrick J. Knight Speaks at the Marquette University Health Law Society

Patrick J. Knight received his Juris Doctorate from Marquette University Law School in 1979. On Tuesday, November 7th, he gave a presentation regarding his experience in healthcare law to the Marquette University Health Law Society.

Raymond Dall'Osto Writes Article "KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: If I Am an Airline Passenger, What Happens if I Need to Use the Facilities When the Seat Belt Sign is On?"

Attorney Raymond Dall'Osto's article has been mentioned by CBS channel 58 regarding what airline passengers need to know when needing to use the facilities when the seatbelt sign is on.

Read it here - KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: If I am an airline passenger, what happens when I need to use the facilities when the seatbelt sign is on?

Josh Gimbel is New Board Chair of The Jewish Home and Care Center Foundation

The Jewish Home and Care Center Foundation’s mission is to provide the Jewish community with those services that enable our seniors or infirm to be part of a quality Jewish environment with comfort, meaning, independence and dignity. We provide three outstanding choices for Jewish senior living: Jewish Home and Care Center, Chai Point Senior Living and Sarah Chudnow Community.

Christopher Strohbehn writes article for The Verdict

Christopher Strohbehn's article has been published for The Verdict, outlining his experiences and ways of handling liability cases involving injuries occurring at bars and nightclubs.

Read it here - Should I Take A Case Against A Bar?

Max T. Stephenson speaks at Greater Milwaukee Association of Legal Professionals

Max T. Stephenson spoke at the Greater Milwaukee Association of Legal Professionals meeting on “General Updates in Family Law”.

Erin M. Strohbehn Presents at the Greater Milwaukee Association of Legal Professionals

On Tuesday, November 21st, Erin M. Strohbehn presented her topic, "How to Train Your Dragon - How Legal Professionals Can Help Young Lawyers" at the Greater Milwaukee Association of Legal Professionals membership meeting.

Josh Gimbel Appointed Chair of the Milwaukee Bar Association’s Foundation

GRGB’s Joshua L. Gimbel has been appointed Chair of the MBA’s Foundation. The Milwaukee Bar Association Foundation was created on December 7, 1994. The Foundation is organized and operated exclusively to perform and carry out charitable and educational functions and purposes of the Milwaukee Bar Association, including the advancement of jurisprudence and the promotion of the administration of justice in the State of Wisconsin through education and scientific research.

To this end, the current signature project of the Milwaukee Bar Association Foundation is the Milwaukee Justice Center, a collaborative project between the Milwaukee Bar Association, The Milwaukee Bar Foundation, Milwaukee County, and Marquette University Law School. The underlying philosophy of the project is that self-represented litigants have a fundamental right to access the justice system even if they cannot afford an attorney or do not qualify for legal aid.

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