When people tell me they don’t know what to write about I tell them to write something they would like to read.

I took my own advice this year as chair of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Nonresident Lawyers Division’s communications committee. The NRLD has a blog, but it doesn’t have much content. I challenged myself to come up with some blog topics, and landed on legal-themed travel destinations. It’s a topic I would read about, and something an NRLD member could write about no matter where they live.

The first post in the series got featured on Above the Law. 🤯

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Emily S. Kelchen founded Kelchen Consulting after realizing the free time she spent building websites and experimenting with social media-driven marketing and advocacy was much more fun than working as a traditional lobbyist. Emily is active in both the New Jersey and Wisconsin…

Emily S. Kelchen founded Kelchen Consulting after realizing the free time she spent building websites and experimenting with social media-driven marketing and advocacy was much more fun than working as a traditional lobbyist. Emily is active in both the New Jersey and Wisconsin state bar associations, and is a member of the American Bar Association. She is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s communications committee and on the board of its Nonresident Lawyers Division. Emily graduated from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO, with a degree in political science, and earned her J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison, WI. She currently resides in Flemington, NJ, and therefore relishes any opportunity to talk about the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial.