WILL in the News and Community

On April 8, President and General Rick Esenberg appeared on the Devil's Advocates radio show out of Madison, discussing our recent education report, the chief justice amendment, an other topics.  Listen to the podcast here.

Associate Counsel Tom Kamenick was interviewed for this Wisconsin Reporter article on WILL's success in striking down Kenosha teacher contracts negotiated in violation of Act 10.

On January 30, WILL President Rick Esenberg will be the keynote speaker at the investiture of Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke

CJ Szafir authored an op-ed in the Washington Times, "The war on school choice in Milwaukee."

Rick Esenberg, CJ Szafir, and Marty Lueken co-authored, "Kids in Crisis," a report on Milwaukee's underused schools. The findings appeared in a Wisconsin Reporter article.

Legal News & Case Updates

Website Changes Coming!0

Written by Tom Kamenick - August 06, 2015

We've outgrown this site, but a new one is in the works! In the meantime, check out our Facebook and Twitter pages for regular updates (links inside)

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Former Green Bay Couple Sues City for Illegal Destruction of Property0

Written by Tom Kamenick - July 15, 2015

Ordinance permitted city to enter and destroy property with no notice or opportunity to object

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WILL Analysis Shows a “Choice Bonus” For Districts Losing Students to Statewide Voucher Program0

Written by Tom Kamenick - June 12, 2015

Report debunks talking point that voucher expansion makes public schools worse off

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WILL Warns Racine Unified of Open Meetings Violation0

Written by Tom Kamenick - May 21, 2015

Committee formed to review handbook with employee unions has been holding secret meetings

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The Cost to School Districts due to Wisconsin’s Prevailing Wage Law0

Written by Tom Kamenick - May 20, 2015

There exists an antiquated, very costly mandate that forces school districts to pay above market wages for their construction projects. This is known as the prevailing wage laws. Reform would make much more money available for education. In this paper, we give examples for how much it might save particular school districts.

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