Lampert, Beatrice Walker
1902 - 1997

Alias: Beatrice Walker
Born: 7/31/1902 in Cedar Bluffs, Nebraska
Died: 1997
Professional Facts

Practice Area:
Administrative Law
Personal Injury
Labor Law
Worker's Compensation
Administrative Law
Regions and States of Practice:
WI, Midwest
Legal Education:
University of Wisconsin Law School, 1924
Other Education:
Mount Union College
Positions During Her Career:
Assistant city attorney in Madison (1927-1934)
City attorney (1934)
Law examiner for the Public Service Commission, working as a hearing examiner (1934-1938)
Assistant attorney general of Wisconsin (1941-1967)
Part-time position in the Attorney General's office (1976-1982)
Member and then president of the Madison Police and Fire Commission
Member and president, at various times, of the Madison Civic Music Association, the Library Board, and the League of Women Voters
Woman assistant city attorney in Madison (1927)
Woman city attorney (1934)

Further Research Materials

Pioneers in the Law: The First 150 Women. State Bar of Wisconsin (1998), Describes the hardships and recognizes the efforts of the first 150 women lawyers admitted to the State Bar of Wisconsin, 1879-1943.
Laura Miller Derry, Digest of Women Lawyers and Judges. Lousville, Kentucky: Dunne Press (1949)