Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley
to Speak at Marquette Law School Hooding Ceremony
MILWAUKEE – The Honorable Ann Walsh Bradley, a Wisconsin
Supreme Court Justice, will provide her wisdom and expertise
of the legal profession to the Marquette
University Law School Class of 2004.
Justice Bradley will speak at the Law School's Hooding Ceremony,
where Law graduates are recognized individually and receive their
academic hoods. The ceremony will take place on Saturday,
May 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the First Floor Ballroom of the Midwest
Airlines Center, 400 W. Wisconsin Ave. This event coincides with
a week of activities dedicated to graduation on campus.
"I am delighted that Justice Bradley has accepted the invitation
to speak to our graduates," said Joseph D. Kearney, Law School
Dean, "Justice Bradley will be able not only to mark the conclusion
of our students' formal education, but also welcome them into
Justice Bradley was elected to the state's highest court in 1995.
She continues to advance the field of law as a member of the American
Law Institute and the University of Wisconsin Board of Visitors.
Justice Bradley received her bachelor's degree from Webster College
in 1972 and her law degree from the University of Wisconsin in