Some readers of this blog may know that, while I have been an adjunct professor at both UWM and Marquette, my day job has been the practice of law - first as a litigation partner at Foley & Lardner and, more recently, as General Counsel for Rite Hite Holding Corporation, an international manufacturer of material handling equipment headquartered in Milwaukee.
That will change next month as I join the faculty at Marquette University Law School on a full time basis. I will, of course, continue to blog, write and be involved on matters of law and public policy. At least for a while, I will continue to counsel Rite Hite on a reduced time basis. Rite Hite is a wonderful company with fantastic ownership. (You should go there for all your dock equipment - especially between now and the end of the year.) The company has been more than understanding with respect to my public activities. I am grateful for the opportunities that they gave me and for the wonderful people I have come to know during my stay there.
Needless to say, I am thrilled to have the chance to spend the day teaching, thinking and writing about the law and issues about which I am passionate. Certainly more work, definitely less pay but tremendous fun. Who needs more?