Melissa A. Scholz is the founder of Scholz Nonprofit Law, a firm she started in 2010 to provide practical legal and strategic advice to nonprofits. She and her colleagues serve nonprofits of all sizes and types, ranging from small community-based social service organizations to large, national associations.
Prior to starting her firm, Melissa worked in the corporate, tax, healthcare, and political law practices at a large Wisconsin-based law firm. She received her B. A. from Stanford University in 1985 and her J.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995.
Jessica Y. Harrison is an attorney with Scholz Nonprofit Law. She focuses on serving nonprofits from initial planning through dissolution.
Prior to joining the firm, Jessica clerked for the Hon. Barbara Crabb of the Western District of Wisconsin and worked for the East Asian Legal Studies Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School. She earned an undergraduate degree from Duke University. She has a master's degree in French literature and a law degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.