Though born and raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin, I graduated from Washington & Lee,... more
Though born and raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin, I graduated from Washington & Lee, School of Law, in Lexington, Virginia, and practised law in Virginia for ten years. I am still an Associate Member of the Virginia State Bar in good standing. When I moved back to Wisconsin, I took and passed the bar exam in 2009 and have practised law in Wisconsin since that time. My office is conveniently loca... view profile
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