“The assaults on the judiciary, in my opinion, cause us to be looking at the risk of creating a government system that will become a two-legged stool – Not one I would sit on. We need to be sure that all the legs of our foundation are strong and intact and we cannot do that without educating the people of the state of Wisconsin,” said Diel.
“Remember, we do have three branches of government but as a profession we are unique,” she continued. “We are the only profession that is in charge of one of those three branches and that obligation is sacred and important and we need to live with it. ..."
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Our State Bar reports on her inaugural comments.