Boardman Clark Hosts Second Diversity Panel for Wisconsin Law Students

Following its first virtual panel discussion with attorneys of color in Wisconsin, Boardman Clark hosted a second panel for law students on January 26th, 2021. Judge Mario White and attorneys Abby Churchill, Tamara Packard, Angela Harden, and Adraea Brown shared their stories about what it’s like to be LGBTQ+ legal professionals in Wisconsin. Law students in attendance were from organizations at Marquette Law School and UW-Madison Law School centered on diversity. The event was held via Zoom and Jaclyn Solinger, the 1L representative on the executive board for UW QLaw, was the moderator. You can access a recording of the January 16th event here

Boardman Clark’s Law Student Outreach Committee organized the event, which consists of associates Sarah Horner and Julia Jagow, and marketing associate Alexis Wells. The Committee plans to host many more events for minority Wisconsin law school students to provide them with resources and connections to attorneys of diverse backgrounds across the Wisconsin legal profession. 

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