The News: The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) is proud to announce the hire of Skylar Croy, a former law clerk to two justices at the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
The Quote: WILL President and General Counsel, Rick Esenberg, said, “We are excited to welcome Skylar to the WILL team. He brings a wealth of legal experience from his time at the Wisconsin Supreme Court and he’s already making a significant impact in the fight to defend liberty and freedom. WILL continues to expand and is announcing additional litigation hires this summer and fall as we prepare for important legal battles ahead.”
Background: Skylar is Associate Counsel at WILL. He graduated second in his class from the University of Wisconsin Law School, Order of the Coif. There, he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Wisconsin Law Review. He then clerked for Chief Justice Patience Drake Roggensack before serving as her Executive Assistant. After that, he clerked for Justice Rebecca Grassl Bradley. He has published numerous scholarly articles, which have been cited by multiple state supreme courts.
Skylar also is a Master of Liberal Arts Candidate at Harvard University, where he studies government through Harvard Extension School. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering, summa cum laude, from Norwich University, the Military College of Vermont. He worked as an engineer before law school and is currently a Captain in the Wisconsin Army National Guard.
Skylar can be reached at [email protected].