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Husch Blackwell Brings Four Students to Work in Milwaukee Office as Part of Cristo Rey’s Corporate Work Study Program

August 17, 2016
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Husch Blackwell’s Milwaukee office “drafted” four students from the city’s Cristo Rey Jesuit High School yesterday through an annual school workforce development program that teaches students office and networking skills in preparation for working life.

This is the second year the Milwaukee office of Husch Blackwell has participated in the program.  “Participation in the Cristo Rey Corporate Work Study Program is a win-win, giving the students real-life industry experience while at the same time giving the firm the opportunity to help mentor the future leaders of our community,” said Jack Enea, managing partner of the firm’s Milwaukee office.

The students will each work about one day per week throughout the school year assisting attorneys and staff members in various departments at the firm: Lizbeth Arias--Marketing & Business Development; Juan Esparza--Information Technology; Deshawn Seals--Facilities; and Jacqueline Espana--Records.


Jack A. Enea

Office Managing Partner