The Wisconsin Association for Justice online has a new home, www.WisJustice.org. For the next few months we will highlight a different section of the new website, offering a glimpse of the many features available to members.
This month we are highlighting the “Members” section. In order to access the information housed on this portion of the website you will need the username and password emailed to you by TrialSmith on February 4. If you have forgotten or lost this information please email Barbara Moubry.
As the name suggests, this section of www.WisJustice.org is dedicated solely to WAJ members. Archives of past articles from The Verdict, information on the WAJ listservs and committees, legislative reports from WAJ’s lobbyist and a database of verdicts and settlements are all items available to members on www.WisJustice.org.
Verdicts and Settlements
A special new feature on www.WisJustice.org is the “Verdicts and Settlements” database found on the “Members” page. We have heard from many of you that access to such a database, including dollar amounts, would be extraordinarily helpful to you in your practice. In an effort to better serve you we have created this self-reporting database of verdicts and settlements, which does include dollar amounts. This section is self-reporting, and will only work if members report their own verdicts and settlements
New Online Advertising Opportunities
www.WisJustice.org offers another unique tool by offering sponsorships of the website. Sponsor ads can be viewed on each page of the website, including the home page. This affordable method of advertising can help attract potential customers and clients to your website. Email Barbara Moubry for more information.
2008 Supreme Court Race
We’ve all heard it before, but this time it’s true. This year’s Supreme Court race is the most important of our lifetime, maybe the most important ever.
Our state’s fair, neutral, impartial, non-partisan judiciary is facing an all out attack by WMC and big business interests who hope to erode consumer protections and the average person’s ability to access the civil justice system in their time of need.
Keep an eye on your email over the next few months for important updates on the 2008 Supreme Court race and how you can get involved.
Bill Gleisner for District II Court of Appeals
The Wisconsin Association for Justice is privileged to endorse the candidacy of Bill Gleisner to the District II Court of Appeals. Bill has been a stalwart member of WAJ. His scholarship and commitment to fighting for justice, will make Bill an excellent Judge. Bill needs your help now. Visit his website, http://gleisnerlaw.com/ to contribute and learn how to get more involved.