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WI Fellows Annual Lecture and Dinner

  • When: May 11, 2017
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Wisconsin Fellows Lecture and Dinner

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Featuring Dean Strang 
Shareholder, StrangBradley LLC and Noted Criminal Defense Attorney featured in the Netflix documentary "Making A Murderer"

"Lessons Learned from the Avery Case"
Free Lecture begins at 4:00 p.m.

Eckstein Hall, Classroom 267
Marquette Law School
1215 West Michigan Street (#7 on campus map)
Parking: Limited complimentary Visitor Parking is available in the Eckstein Hall Underground Parking Structure (7a on campus map) – 11th Street level, between Wisconsin Avenue and Clybourn.  Enter the lot, pull a ticket, and find an open parking space. Once parked, follow signs to the elevator. Take the elevator to main floor which opens to the foyer and go to the Welcome Desk to get your parking ticket validated so that you will not have to pay for parking when exiting. If the 11th Street level is full, which might happen, please proceed to the Wells Street Structure,  between 12th and 13th streets ($5). (67 on the campus map). There is also street parking around the building.


Fellows Dinner - $60 per person
Cocktail Reception 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Dinner will commence at 6:30 pm

Advance Registration for the dinner is Closed.

If you wish to attend, please contact Natalie Shoop, Fellows Events Coordinator, directly at nshoop@abfn.org or 312.988.6533.

The University Club of Milwaukee
924 E. Wells Street, Milwaukee, WI
Parking information can be found in this flyer.

Cancellations will be honored up to Friday, May 5, 2017.


Dean Strang practices in Madison, Wisconsin, as a shareholder in StrangBradley, LLC. He was Wisconsin’s first Federal Defender and has argued in the United States Supreme Court, five federal circuits, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Mr. Strang is a Lecturer on the adjunct faculty at the University of Virginia School of Law and has been an adjunct professor at both the University of Wisconsin Law School and Marquette University Law School.  He also is a lecturer in legal history for the University of Wisconsin, Division of Continuing Studies.  His first book was WORSE THAN THE DEVIL: ANARCHISTS, CLARENCE DARROW, AND JUSTICE IN A TIME OF TERROR (U. Wisconsin Press 2013; rev. ed. 2016). His second book, about the mass trial of IWW members in Chicago federal court in 1918, will be published in 2018.

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