WAJ Introduces Downloadable
WAJ now offers written materials in advance of its CLE programs
WAJ is pleased to offer electronic copies of its written seminar materials in advance of the Women's Caucus Seminar.
If you did not indicate that you wanted a hard copy of the book for an additional $25 on your registration form, you will not receive a hard copy of the written materials.
Downloading written materials
To download individual presentation PDF materials, Click on the title of the presentations on the righthand side of this page.
Click on the link below if you wish to download all written materials at once.
This new process helps us create a more "green" seminar experience by eliminating paper and allows attendees to better access their seminar materials anywhere and anytime using a web connection.
Overview of Special Needs Trusts
Sarah Ehrhardt, Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP, Milwaukee
What Wisconsin Lawyers Should Know About Their Neighbor to the West:
The 411 on Statutes of Limitations and Minnesota’s No-Fault System
Stacy Deery Stennes, Conlin Law Firm, LLC, Minneapolis &
Carol R.M. Moss, Hellmuth & Johnson, PLLC, Edina
Issue Spotting in Nursing Home Neglect Cases: Bad Care vs. Bad Outcomes
Ann S. Jacobs, Domnitz & Skemp, S.C., Milwaukee
Litigating Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Cases
Yvonne Flaherty, Lockridge Grindal Nauen PLLP, Minneapolis
Wis. Stat. § 895.044 and Frivolous Lawsuits:
Protecting Legal Creativity, Your Client and Yourself
Sarah Knutson, Urban & Taylor SC, Milwaukee
Pro Hac Vice Admission: To Sponsor or Not Sponsor; That is the Question
Wisconsin Pro Hac Vice Form (editable)
Minnesota Pro Hac Vice Form (editable)
Kristen Knutson, Herrling Clark Law Firm Ltd., Appleton
The Obligations of the Referring Lawyer:
The Dos, the Don’ts, and the What-If-I-Already-Dids
Emily Lonergan, Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown LLP, Milwaukee