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Written by GOV Press Wisconsin   
Thursday, 11 April 2024 14:00

ann-walsh-bradley-2021At 73, Walsh Bradley is a member of the liberal majority on the state's high court, which shifted for the first time in years following the election of Justice Janet Protasiewicz last spring.


MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers released the following statement regarding Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley’s announcement today:  

“A former educator and one of the first women elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, the Honorable Justice Ann Walsh Bradley is a trailblazer who has always been dedicated to supporting women in the law and on the bench across Wisconsin. Her commitment to justice, being an independent and fair jurist, and upholding the rule of law has rightfully earned her the respect of her colleagues, folks across our state, and across the political spectrum.

tony-evers-kathy“Justice Bradley’s decades of law experience and institutional knowledge as the most tenured justice currently serving on the Court have been critical in steadily guiding the Court through significant changes and challenging times, most especially over the last decade. She will leave an important role to fill to ensure our Court maintains the integrity and honor Justice Bradley has spent much of her career working to protect and preserve.

“Kathy and I join the people of Wisconsin in extending our sincerest gratitude and appreciation to Justice Bradley for her many years of dedicated service to the Court and the state of Wisconsin.”

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 April 2024 17:23
 
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