The Wisconsin Civil Justice Council’s mission is to promote fairness and equity in Wisconsin civil justice system, with the ultimate goal of making Wisconsin a better place to work and live. WCJC achieves this objective through policy development, legislative lobbying, and our appellate programs.

 

 

WCJC Statement on Gov. Walker’s Small Business Agenda

 

Current Cases:

Ascaris Mayo, et. al. v. Wis. Injured Patients and Families Compensation Fund, et. al. – WCJC amicus brief filed (Aug. 10, 2017)

 

For more information on these and other civil justice initiatives, go to the Wisconsin Civil Justice Council’s Legislative Priorities page. Also, prior successes are set forth in our Fall 2013 WCJC President’s Report.

 

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Representatives of WCJC and Hamilton Consulting at the the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform’s 14th Annual Legal Reform Summit in Washington, D.C. Scott Manley, Ed Lump, Bill Smith, Nick George, Robert Fassbender

Please contact Robert Fassbender, or R.J. Pirlot at the Hamilton Consulting Group, with any questions about the Wisconsin Civil Justice Council.

 

Wisconsin Civil Justice Council

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Madison, WI 53703
(608) 310-5312


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