What Is the Wisconsin Law Foundation
Through its activities and grant-making, the Wisconsin Law Foundation (WLF) transforms the lives of Wisconsin residents by funding charitable and educational programs that promote citizen comprehension of the law, improve the administration of justice, and provide law-related public service.
Fellows of Wisconsin Law Foundation
Membership in the Fellows of the Wisconsin Law Foundation is considered a professional honor and evidence of professional distinction. The Fellows membership is limited to 2.5% of the State Bar’s total membership.
The Fellows organization was created as a special means to honor State Bar of Wisconsin members who have achieved significant accomplishments in their careers and contributed leadership and service to their communities. In addition to this recognition, the Fellows aim to energize its members to continue their efforts in the promotion of justice, advancement of the profession, and improvement of legal education.
Honoring Atty. Keith Stachowiak as a WLF Fellow
As a Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation, Keith Stachowiak has been recognized by his peers for his outstanding achievements in his professional careers, and for his devotion to the welfare of the community, state, and nation, as well as the advancement of the legal profession.