Archive: February 2013

Judge Wolfgram and Why Judges Should Not Be Elected

Published: Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

If judges should not be politicians, we need to change the system of how we get judges (we should do that, but I’ll save that for a future blog). But, since we do elect judges, we should be electing judges like Tom Wolfgram.

Wussy Discipline and Perception of Attorneys

Published: Thursday, February 21st, 2013

If the legal system cannot police itself, is it any wonder lawyers have such little respect by the public?

Does It Help or Hurt an Attorney to be Divorced?

Published: Friday, February 15th, 2013

Recently, the ABA published a book by a family law attorney about her own divorce. This raises the question: Does it help or hurt if the attorney himself or herself is divorced?

By the Numbers: Collaborative Divorce

Published: Monday, February 4th, 2013

My column in today’s Wisconsin Law Journal is about my office’s third compilation of statistics about collaborative divorce cases.