FAB attorneys Thomas C. Lenz and Christopher G. Meadows presented to a group of practitioners at a large Milwaukee-area clinic focused on providing quality health care and social services to underserved populations. Their presentation covered issues arising in personal injury, worker's compensation, FMLA, and ADA matters.
FAB attorney Lawrence G. Albrecht continued his service in 2016 and 2017 on the Pullman Scholar Alumni Selection Committee, which assists in the award of Pullman Foundation academic scholarships to high achieving low income students.
FAB attorney Lawrence G. Albrecht prepared a review of two human rights books, "East-West Street" and "Holocaust, Genocide and the Law in 2017" to be published in the ABA International News.
FAB Attorney Lawrence G. Albrecht was awarded the 2017 Justice Robert D. Rucker Lecture on Civil Rights at Valparaiso University School of Law, and lectured on "Confronting Governmental Impunity and Immunity from Below" to be published as a law review article.
FAB Attorney Lawrence G. Albrecht was an ongoing contributing author on international human rights developments published in 49 The International Lawyer 355 (2015); 48 The International Lawyer 453 (2014); 47 The International Lawyer 407 (2013); and 46 The International Lawyer 389 (2012).
FAB Attorney Lawrence G. Albrecht attended the ABA annual meeting held in Chicago in August 2015, which celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Rule of Law Initiations of which he is an alumni.
FAB Attorney Lawrence G. Albrecht was an ABA invitee and attended the World Bank Law, Justice, and Development Conference in Washington, D.C. in November 2015.
FAB Attorney Lawrence G. Albrecht lectured Wisconsin Lutheran College business students in 2014 and 2015 on ethical issues concerning workplace whistle blowing protections for employees who report illegal or unethical misconduct.
In 2014, FAB Attorney Lawrence G. Albrecht attended the International Association of Lawyers Congress in Florence, Italy. In 2012, he was a participating delegate at the human rights sessions of the International Association of Lawyers Congress held in Dresden, Germany.
In February 2015, FAB Attorney Thomas C. Lenz spoke regarding arrest and conviction record discrimination in employment at an event sponsored by Nehemiah Community Services, Inc. Members of the general public attended the presentation.