Brian Goodman Selected as WSAA President

At the recent Wisconsin School Attorneys Association (WSAA) annual meeting, Brian Goodman was named President of the WSAA for the upcoming year.

The WSAA was developed by the Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB) in 1971 to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas among attorneys practicing school law in the State of Wisconsin. Any attorney who represents a public school district that is a member of the WASB can be part of WSAA.

In the role of President, Brian will lead the organization and help facilitate collaboration between its members. Brian will also work closely with the WASB and WSAA board members to coordinate its annual full-day conference for school attorneys, administrators, and school board members on a wide range of school law topics.

Brian is one of multiple Boardman Clark attorneys to have served as President since the inception of WSAA. We are confident he will continue this history of strong leadership.

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