Attorneys Jon Pinkert and Amy Sullivan were recently featured as guest speakers for Sturgeon Bay High School’s Business & Personal Law Class. Teacher Michelle Gibson’s class is aligned with NWTC, which allows students to receive free college credits for completing the course. Attorneys Pinkert and Sullivan presented on tort law, employment law, and consumer protection, allowing the students to apply their classroom knowledge with real world examples.
The presentation was coordinated by the Door Kewaunee Business and Education Partnership. As a branch of the Door County Economic Development Corporation, the goal of the Partnership is “to ensure that all area students have the skills and behaviors necessary to succeed in the ever-changing global economy, and that every student graduate from high school successfully prepared to enter skilled entry-level employment, technical college or training, or a post-secondary university or college.” Pinkert Law Firm LLP is proud to support this organization’s efforts in our community.
For more information on the Door Kewaunee Business and Education Partnership, visit http://www.doorcountybusiness.com/business-assistance/dkbep/