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What does WAMA stand for?

WAMA stands for Wisconsin Association of Minority Attorneys

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Originally called the Wisconsin Association of Minority Attorneys, the Wisconsin Association of African American Lawyers (WAAL) was formed in Milwaukee in 1988. WAAL?s primary goal is to encourage ethnic diversity in the state?s legal community by providing support to the African American attorneys practicing in Wisconsin. Although the Wisconsin Association of African American Lawyers is primarily concerned with African American lawyers, membership is open to all attorneys working in Wisconsin.
Each year, the Wisconsin Association of African-American Lawyers (WAAL, formerly known as the Wisconsin Association of Minority Attorneys “WAMA”) honors the professional career and community contributions of Attorneys Vel and W. Dale Phillips by awarding two scholarships in their names. W. Dale Phillips practiced law in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 1950 until his death in 1988. He was local and state President of chapters of the NationalAssociation for the Advancement of Colored People, and an active member of the Black Lawyers' Association; the State Bar of Wisconsin; the Boys Club of America; and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.
Formerly known as the Wisconsin Association of Minority Attorneys (WAMA), WAAL was established in 1988 and is actively involved in community affairs throughout Milwaukee. WAAL is a non-profit organization that provides community service to people through the People's Law School, Street Law, and various Trial competitions.
Each year, the Wisconsin Association of African-American Lawyers (WAAL, formerly known as the Wisconsin Association of Minority Attorneys “WAMA”) honors the professional career and community contributions of Attorneys Vel and W. Dale Phillips by awarding two scholarships in their names. W. Dale Phillips practiced law in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 1950 until his death in 1988. He was local and state President of chapters of the NationalAssociation for the Advancement of Colored People, and an active member of the Black Lawyers' Association; the State Bar of Wisconsin; the Boys Club of America; and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.