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Term: Geske, Janine P. 1949
Definition: Born Port Washington, May 12, 1949; married; 3 children. Graduate Cedarburg H.S.; B.A. and M.A.T. Beloit College 1971; attended ITT Chicago-Kent College of Law 1972-73; J.D. Marquette U. Law Sch. 1975. Former assistant professor of law, clinical director/founder of Marquette U. Law Sch. Clinic for Elderly (1979-81); staff attorney/chief staff attorney, Legal Aid Society of Milw. (1975-79). Member: Amer., Wis., Dane Co., Milw. Co., Waukesha Co. Bar Assns.; A.L.I., Fellow of Amer. Bar Assn.; Assn. for Women Lawyers; Legal Assn. for Women; Wis. Judicial College (dean); Beloit College (bd. of trustees); Marquette U. Law Sch. Woolsack Soc. (secy. 1993-94, treas. 1995-97); faculty, National Judicial College. Milw. Co. Cir. Ct. Judge (Br. 23) 1981-93. Former member: Milw. Co. Cir. Ct. Judges Exec. Com.; Wis. Task Force on Victims' Rights Amendment; Wis. Equal Justice Task Force; Milw. Co. Bar Assn. (bd. of dir.). Appointed to Supreme Court 1993 to fill vacancy created by resignation of Justice Louis J. Ceci; elected to full term 1994. (Blue Book 1997-98)
[Source: Blue book]