Dear Hupy and Abraham,
You make the difference.
Thanks to you, we are able to bring our court system to life for over 1,000 high school students across Wisconsin because of the support for the Wisconsin High School Mock Trial Program.
Because of your support, we are working to expand the public’s understanding of our legal system and strengthen diversity in our legal profession by supporting the work and efforts of the State Bar’s new diversity initiatives.
Through the Truman Q. McNulty Grants, you make it possible the funding of innovative and creative programs that improve the justice system. These programs include workshops focusing on the legal options and rights to health care coverage for low-income and underserved families and individuals; county teen court programs; and education about the family court process.
Your help empowers 24 future bar leaders to be able to participate in the State Bar’s Annual Meeting & Conference through the Donald O’Melia Scholarship Program.
Your involvement provides critical funding for the Our Courts Wisconsin Program, which enables hundreds of Wisconsinites to better understand our third and least understood branch of government.
With your continued support in the coming year, we will be able to assist new lawyer with reducing law school debt and establishing their practice through the newly created Bell Case La Follette Law Graduate Scholarships.
Mark A. Pennow
President, Wisconsin Law Foundation