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Lawyer

ANNE SHINDELL, American Lawyer, Partner of SHINDELL & SHINDELL, specializing in the field of Trial and Appellate Practice in all State and Federal Courts and before Governmental Agencies. Environmental. Construction and Business Litigation. Labor and Employment Law. Utility Regulatory Law. Constitutional Rights Litigation.

Background

SHINDELL, ANNE was born on March 15, 1952 in Winder, Georgia, United States.

Education

Agnes Scott College (Bachelor of Arts, 1975). Emory University (Juris Doctor, 1978). Charles A. Dana Scholar.

National Order of Barristers. Member, First Place Moot Court Society National Team. Recipient, Best Advocate Award, 1978.

Milwaukee Young Lawyers Association Award for Special Services to the Bar, 1982.

Career

Working as a partner of SHINDELL & SHINDELL. Admitted to the bar, 1978, Georgia. 1979, Wisconsin.

Works

  • Other Work

    • "OSHA: What to do When the Inspector Knocks,” 12 Wisconsin Business Journal, 1981. "Structuring Affirmative Action Programs to Avoid Liability When Economic Necessity Forces Layoffs," 9 I AFC Journal, 1982. The Fire Chief as Defendant," The International Fire Chief, Volume 49, No.

      8, Co-Author: "As With Hiring, Firing Must Be Judicious," 3 Wisconsin Business Journal, 1984.

Membership

State Bar of Wisconsin (Member, Board of Governors, since 1988). American Bar Association (Member, Labor and Employment Law Section). Milwaukee Young Lawyers Association (Secretary, 1983-1984.

President, 1985-1986).