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Croy to clerk for Wisconsin Chief Justice

MADISON, WIS. – Skylar Croy ’15, of the inaugural NU Honors College graduating class, was appointed editor-in-chief of the Wisconsin Law Review for 2018-19. In August 2019, he will begin an appointment as the sole law clerk to the Honorable Patience Roggensack, Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and as of February he was tied for first in his class at UW-Madison Law School. At Norwich, he completed a degree in electrical and computer engineering. (02/06/2019.)


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