UW Law alumni elected Fellows of Wisconsin Law Foundation

Sixteen University of Wisconsin Law School alumni were elected Fellows of the Wisconsin Law Foundation in September.

Fellows are lawyers, judges or law teachers who demonstrate a commitment to their profession and to community service.

The Fellows of the Wisconsin Law Foundation is a charitable and educational organization that promotes public understanding of the law and improvements to the administration of justice and other law-related public service. Its board of trustees elects new Fellows on an annual basis.

The Class of 2017 inductees includes the following UW Law alumni:

  • Shannon A. Allen ’95
  • Lawrence Bechler ’77
  • Niles Berman ’75
  • Christopher Dodge ’90
  • James Friedman ’92
  • Anita Gallucci ’88
  • David Gorwitz ’05
  • Anthony Gray ’07
  • Carl Holborn ’96
  • Douglas Klingberg ’68
  • Jeremy Levinson ’97
  • Richard Orton ’12
  • Claire Resop ’93
  • Walter Skipper ’90
  • Lynn Stathas ’88
  • Sarah Zylstra ’98

Read more about the induction ceremony at the State Bar of Wisconsin’s newsletter, Inside Track.


Submitted by Law School News on October 9, 2017

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