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State High Court Rules Legislature Can Represent State

State High Court Rules Legislature Can Represent State

Dallet dissent calls it “shocking” to allow Legislature to take over attorney general’s role.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Sides with Legislature in Critical Separation of Powers Case
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Wisconsin Supreme Court Sides with Legislature in Critical Separation of Powers Case

WILL filed amicus urging Supreme Court to allow Legislature to defend state law

Judge Issues Injunction: Madison School District Staff Cannot Lie or Deceive Parents About Gender Transitions at School
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Judge Issues Injunction: Madison School District Staff Cannot Lie or Deceive Parents About Gender Transitions at School

WILL sued MMSD for violating parental rights with gender identity policy

WILL Sues Marquette County Sheriff for Free Speech Violation
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WILL Sues Marquette County Sheriff for Free Speech Violation

Sheriff, Patrol Sergeant threatened teen with arrest over social media post

WILL Explainer: Why the 7th Congressional District Special Election Date Has to Change
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WILL Explainer: Why the 7th Congressional District Special Election Date Has to Change

Governor Evers has now admitted that his Executive Order setting these dates violates federal law and he is in the process of setting new dates.

WILL Suggests Improvements to UW Free Speech Policy
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WILL Suggests Improvements to UW Free Speech Policy

Submits public comment to better balance, safeguard First Amendment rights of all

New Hire: WILL adds former Deputy Solicitor General
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New Hire: WILL adds former Deputy Solicitor General

Litigation team grows to meet heightened challenges

AG Schimel appoints Ryan Walsh as Chief Deputy Solicitor General
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AG Schimel appoints Ryan Walsh as Chief Deputy Solicitor General

Walsh currently serves as an associate attorney with the law firm of Jones Day in Washington, D.C. in the Issues and Appeals section.