Born in Detroit, Michigan and the son of a Teamsters Union member, I developed an affinity for labor and employment issues early on in life, and during college, decided law school would be a good next step for me.
While in law school I also developed a deep interest in criminal law and participated in the Prosecution Project where I interned with the Dane and Rock County District Attorney Offices and engaged in independent research where I delved into the topic of laptop searches and seizures at airports that serve as borders. I also made a conscious effort to take every labor & employment law class I could as well.
Upon graduating the University of Wisconsin Law School I began an internship with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Detroit Field Office where I was responsible for assisting Trial Attorneys with all phases of litigation and also assisted the Director with the EEOC's annual MIRG reviews. This experience led directly to my joining a plaintiff's side labor and employment law firm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and then my work with TALX, a company based out of Atlanta, Georgia that handles unemployment insurance hearings for Fortune 500 companies and other large companies in the Milwaukee area. To-date, I have handled over 600 unemployment hearings.
I am currently an Attorney/Owner of Enochs Law Firm, a general practice law firm located in the Third Ward of Downtown Milwaukee where I primarily practice labor & employment law, with minor practices in landlord-tenant and family law. I am also an avid blogger and author the blog, "Wisconsin Employment & Labor Law Blog," where I write about labor/employment law topics on a weekly basis.