Brown Bag CLE Series

The Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinics (MVLC) and Legal Action of Wisconsin's Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) offer a free Brown Bag CLE series at Marquette Law School.

2019-2020 Series Information

Next Session

To Grandmother's House We Go: Overview of Minor Private Guardianships and Other Tools for Assuming Responsibility for Children's Care
Presented by Attorney Beth Lauck
March 12, 2020 at 12:00-1:00 PM
Marquette Law School, Room 263 or view online. Click on the screen immediately after the Mediasite presentation appears. This will take you to the slide with information for online viewers.
Program Materials: Powerpoint (full slides) (handout version of slides)

Beth Lauck is a Staff Attorney at Kids Matter Inc., where she provides legal counseling and direct and systemic representation related to issues impacting children and families, including legal guardianship, placement, permanency, visitation, and public benefits.  Beth is graduate of Loyola University Chicago Law School where she focused her studies in child, family, and elder law. Beth’s interest in child law began in college while interning during the summer for a Court Appointed Special Advocate program in Colorado Springs. While in law school, Beth clerked for a federal magistrate judge. Following law school, she spent over five years at the Cook County Public Guardian’s Office in their Juvenile Division serving as an attorney and guardian ad litem in child protection cases. Prior to joining Kids Matter Inc. as the Staff Attorney, Beth volunteered as both a Court Appointed Special Advocate and pro bono attorney. In 2019, she was elected to the Board of the Children and the Law Section of the Wisconsin State Bar. 


Archived presentations are available here. Archived presentations are not eligible for CLE or pro bono credit.