Notable Women in Law

Notable Women in Law: Kathy Nusslock

Veteran trial attorney Kathy Nusslock balances a litigation practice with mentoring other professionals.  Her personal approach to mentoring makes a significant...

Notable Women in Law: Lisa Lawless

Lisa Lawless, senior counsel at the Milwaukee office of Husch Blackwell LLP, is a “lawyer’s lawyer,” often sought out...

Notable Women in Law: Libby Sobic

As director and legal counsel of education policy for the Milwaukee-based Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, Libby Sobic...

Notable Women in Law: Michelle Ebben

Michelle Ebben provides strategic counsel and representation to clients involved in a range of construction, real estate and project...

Notable Women in Law: Lynda Templen

Lynda Templen, senior counsel at Husch Blackwell LLP’s Milwaukee office, focuses her legal practice on public finance. Known affectionately...
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Notable Women in Law: Kimberly Hurtado

Attorney Kimberly Hurtado, founding partner of Wauwatosa-based Hurtado Zimmerman SC, is widely recognized for her expertise in the construction...

Notable Women in Law: Lydia Chartre

Lydia Chartre, a partner at Husch Blackwell LLP, represents condominium and homeowners associations (HOAs) throughout Wisconsin. She is one of...

Notable Women in Law: Molly Lawson

Molly Lawson, a partner in Michael Best & Friedrich LLP’s Milwaukee office, is experienced in the patent protection area,...

Notable Women in Law: Denise Greathouse

Denise Greathouse, a partner in Michael Best & Friedrich’s Milwaukee office, brings her experience as a former assistant district...

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