State Bar of Wisconsin Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- State Bar of Wisconsin's estimated annual revenue is currently $48.7M per year.
- State Bar of Wisconsin's estimated revenue per employee is $297,000
- State Bar of Wisconsin has 164 Employees.
- State Bar of Wisconsin grew their employee count by 0% last year.
State Bar of Wisconsin Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is State Bar of Wisconsin?
The Wisconsin Bar was organized on Jan. 9, 1878, as a voluntary association. After reorganization in 1947, the Wisconsin Bar opened its first full-time staffed office on Dec. 1, 1948, and services to members increased markedly. In June 1956 the Wisconsin Supreme Court ordered the Bar integrated, with membership a condition for the practice of law in Wisconsin. Membership and services immediately zoomed, with 6,700 lawyers enrolled by 1967. In February 1988 a federal district court decision ruled unconstitutional the Wisconsin Supreme Court's requirement that all lawyers join the State Bar as a condition of practicing law in this state. Following that decision, the Wisconsin Supreme Court suspended the mandatory membership rule. The district court ruling has been overturned, and it is permissible for the Wisconsin Supreme Court to require Wisconsin lawyers to join the State Bar of Wisconsin as a condition of practicing law in Wisconsin. On March 10, 1992, following a public hearing on the State Bar Board of Governors' petition to reinstate the integrated bar, the supreme court ordered the mandatory membership requirement reinstated, effective July 1, 1992. Nearly 87 percent of the lawyers in Wisconsin chose to become voluntary members of the State Bar. [More State Bar history] The American Bar Association has long considered the State Bar of Wisconsin to be one of the most innovative, productive and service-oriented bars in the country. This distinction has been attributed to the strong volunteerism Wisconsin lawyers exercise in their work with committees, sections and divisions.keywords:N/A
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State Bar of Wisconsin News
Among its recommendations, the racial justice report urges the State Bar to review Wisconsin's expungement law, draft a new diversity action...
Dietrich was elected April 22 as the next president-elect of the State Bar of Wisconsin, beginning July 1, 2022. In July 2023, he will take over...
State Bar of Wisconsin members can receive a discount for remote online notarization services. TAMPA, Fla., April 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/...
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