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Race Discrimination Discovered at American Bar Association

WILL is warning the American Bar Association (ABA) to review its race-based Judicial Clerkship Program and Internship Opportunity Program. WILL told the ABA in a letter that these programs violate multiple federal, state, and local civil rights laws, and harm innumerable students around the country. Unless the ABA opens their programs to all races and stops using race as a factor, WILL is planning appropriate legal action.

April Healthcare Highlight: While Nursing Homes Struggle to Meet Need, New Biden Rules Will Make Things Even Harder

WILL responds to Vice President Kamala Harris touting new federal staffing requirements for federally-funded nursing homes.  But while the Biden Administration has identified a very real problem, their preferred solution is likely to only make things worse for families struggling to find affordable facilities for seniors. 

WILL Releases Statement on New Title IX Changes from Biden Administration

4.19.24 The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) released a statement criticizing the new Title IX rules from the Biden ...

Summer 2024 Communications Intern

Job Summary WILL is seeking a Communications Intern for the Summer of 2024 with the option to start sooner. The Communications Intern will provide ...

Summer 2024 Policy Intern

Job Summary WILL is seeking a Policy Intern for Summer of 2024. The Policy Intern will provide research and administrative support to the staff of WILL. ...

Wisconsin’s Fiscal Cliff? WILL Examines Fiscal Calamity if Act 10 Were Repealed

Our findings show that ending Act 10 would create a substantial hole in school district budgets, negatively impacting the educational experience of Wisconsin students across the state.

WILL Holds First Annual School Board Summit to Help Restore American Education in Wisconsin

Topics ranged from government transparency, school board policies, parental rights, school finance, and curriculum reform The News: The Wisconsin ...

DPI Report on Teacher Shortage Misses the Mark

Recently, Wisconsin’s Department of Public Instruction released a report on the teacher shortage in the state.  The report claims that nearly 40% of ...