Leading areas of practice
WILL proudly fights for individual liberties guaranteed by our Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Constitutional Government and Rule of Law
WILL is committed to guarding our constitutional system by standing up for federalism, the separation of powers, and oversight of the administrative state.
WILL proudly fights for the right to earn a living free from government interference.
WILL proudly fights for an education system that is student-centered and prioritizes the freedom of families to choose the best education for their children.
WILL proudly fights for equal protection under the law as guaranteed by our Constitution.
Legal Areas of Focus
JOHNSON V. WEC
WILL filed an original action with the Wisconsin Supreme Court urging the Court to declare the current legislative districts unconstitutional and establish a judicial plan of apportionment.
WPN V. MYSE
Wisconsin’s now-defunct “Government Accountability Board” imposed burdensome regulations on individuals engaged in even the smallest amount of grassroots campaigning. WILL took over the representation of an original action in the Wisconsin Supreme Court challenging those regulations, but the court split 3-3 and dismissed the case.
VANDEN BOOGART V. CHRISTENSEN
A small town near Green Bay had an ordinance banning nearly all yard signs. Town officials played favorites by enforcing the ordinance against people who opposed wind turbine development, while ignoring signs that supported it. We sued and obtained a substantial settlement from the Town for its blatant violation of First Amendment rights.
CRG NETWORK V. GAB
Wisconsin law prohibited an independent committee from donating even $1 to a candidate if that candidate had already accepted a certain amount of donations from other committees. This limitation discriminated solely on the basis of when a donation is made. We sued to overturn it and were successful in having it declared unconstitutional.
YOUNG V. GAB
Wisconsin had aggregate campaign contribution limits even lower than the federal limits. When the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal limits in the McCutcheon case, we filed this case and overturned the state limits.
MILWAUKEE POLICE ASSOCIATION V. CITY OF MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee refused to follow a law banning municipalities from imposing residency requirements on their employees. We filed an amicus brief urging the supreme court to take the case. When it did, we filed an amicus brief on the merits, and the court agreed with us.
WILL Amicus: Lawsuit Against Senator Johnson, Congressmen an Attempt to Penalize Protected Speech
The speech under challenge is clearly protected by First Amendment The News: Attorneys at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed ...
WILL to Kiel Schools: Drop Title IX Complaint, Investigation of Eighth Graders for Using “Incorrect Pronouns”
School district is charging students with sexual harassment for “mispronouning” The News: Attorneys with the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty ...