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Attorney Abraham Tells High School Students What it Takes to be a Lawyer

In an effort to guide high school students as they transition into adulthood, Attorney Jason Abraham went back to school for Career Day at Audubon Technology & Communication Center High School in Milwaukee.

During his series of presentations, Attorney Abraham told the students how he began his journey to success by focusing on his education. After earning degrees from the University of Wisconsin and Marquette Law School, Attorney Abraham had the opportunity to become a lawyer and eventually become a shareholder of the largest personal injury law firm in Wisconsin.

Attorney Abraham also showed the students how he handles such complicated cases. He allowed them to see real video footage of accidents that he uses to get clients the largest possible settlements.

At the end of each session, Attorney Abraham took the time to answer questions from the students and was happy to tell them more about his profession.

“I had a fantastic time explaining my profession to these wonderful and interested high schoolers,” said Attorney Abraham. “I hope they enjoyed it as much as I did.”

Hupy and Abraham, S.C. is dedicated to supporting educational programs in its community. Recently, Attorney Todd Korb also gave a career day presentation and the firm has donated to schools such as St. Marcus and Malaika Early Learning Center.

"The most important thing I know about teaching is that the teacher is also learning. Don't think you have to know it all."

~Nikki Giovanni