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Attorney Lawrence Bugge has been named the 2007 recipient of the Warren H. Stolper Award, an honor that recognizes excellence in teaching and a commitment to the UW Law School on the part of one of the Law School’s adjunct professors.

A career attorney with Foley & Lardner in the firm’s Madison and Milwaukee offices, Bugge is a specialist in commercial, business, banking, and consumer law.

Bugge began teaching at the Law School in 1997. He has taught Contracts I and II, Secured Transactions, and Business Organizations.

He is a 1963 graduate of Harvard Law School, and has served as President of the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Bar Association, and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform Statute Laws.

This is the sixth year that the Stolper Award has been conferred. The award is named in honor of Attorney Warren H. Stolper, who taught at the Law School for 40 years as an adjunct professor and was the first recipient of the award.

The award was announced officially at the Law School's Board of Visitors dinner on October 18, 2007.

Submitted by on October 19, 2007

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