Eschweiler, Mary
1906 - 1988

Born: 1906
Died: 9/1/1988
Professional Facts

Regions and States of Practice:
WI, Midwest
Legal Education:
Marquette University Law School, 1929
University of Wisconsin Law School, 1933
Positions During Her Career:
Worked in the Office of the Wisconsin Attorney General (1933-1935)
Senior law clerk in the Milwaukee City Attorney's Office
Examiner with the State Department of Public Welfare
Assistant counsel with the State Labor Relation's Board
Law clerk and secretary to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Edward T. Fairchild (1942-1943)
Worked for the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Alien Property in San Francisco (1943-1959)
Legal editor at Bancroft-Whitney

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.
Carol O'Rourke, Women in the Law: The Early Years, University of Wisconsis Law School Forum Gargoyle, Vol. XXI, No. 1., Summer 1990, pp.14-15