Angela and Jeffrey Bartell Scholarship
The Angela and Jeffrey Bartell Scholarship is made possible by the generosity of its namesakes, two University of Wisconsin Law School alumni.The Bartell Scholarship supports a student with exceptional promise and preparation for law school, but whose economic circumstances are a significant obstacle to obtaining their degree.
Jeffrey Bartell received his law degree in 1968. He began his career as a Wisconsin Assistant Attorney General, arguing cases before the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Bartell then served as Wisconsin Commissioner of Securities, before opening the Madison office of Quarles & Brady where he worked for 25 years. Angela Bartell received her law degree in 1971. She began her career as a law clerk in the Western District of Wisconsin to the late Hon. James E. Doyle. She then practiced at the Madison office of LaFollette, Sinykin, Anderson & Doyle (now known as Godfrey & Kahn) before beginning a 30-year career as a Circuit Judge in Dane County, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Bartell now operate Bartell Dispute Services, providing mediation and arbitration services.
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