2022 WINNERS

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Finding Your
Work-Life Balance

 

Welcome to the 2022 edition of the Best of Wisconsin Law Journal. You may have noticed that we have completely updated our program. This year, we held open nominations. Once qualified, the individuals and firms were moved to the ballot for voting. And now, we reveal your choices.


The top ten categories that received the most votes were (in alphabetical order): Business Law, Civil Litigation Law, Construction Law, Criminal Defense Law, Employment and Labor Law, Estate Law, Family Law, Law Firm, Personal Injury Law and Worker’s Compensation.

Legal professionals often debate the topic of whether a lawyer work-life balance is achievable, or what that even means. Dictionary.com defines a work-life balance as “a situation in which one divides or balances one’s time between work and activities outside of work.” Admittedly, a work-life balance is hard to achieve when you have chosen the law profession.

One of our goals is to create a program that is nominated and voted by the audience who is most interested in the topic. With Best of Wisconsin Law Journal, we think you’ll discover this. Not only when looking to refer to another firm, or find new services, but also when it’s time to relax, play golf, and enjoy the “balance” part of life.

When thinking about the future of any business, the reality is that resources will always be limited, and it’s up to decision-makers to do the best they can with what they have at any given moment. At the same time, making the right decisions today can have a substantial influence on the capabilities and opportunities for success tomorrow.

We encourage you to make it a point to discover more about the 83 firms and businesses found in our winner's section.

Carpe diem –


Joe Yovino
Market Leader/Group Editor
Wisconsin Law Journal

 

 

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