I pride myself as being a versatile lawyer that can provide you with comprehensive and diligent legal representation. Since starting at the firm, I have handled cases in worker’s compensation, personal injury, family law, landlord/tenant rights, real estate transactions, estate planning, lemon law, small claims and civil litigation. I am also an experienced legal writer and researcher, having interned for the District IV Court of Appeals in Madison. In looking for lawyers, experience working for a court is always a bonus for several reasons - your lawyer will know what judges look for and perhaps more importantly, he or she will know what judges dislike, so that your case gets the fair chance it deserves. I graduated early from the University of Wisconsin Law School, receiving the top mark in Judge Charles Dykman’s Wisconsin Negligence course. I also received a scholarship from the Wisconsin Association of Workers Compensation Attorneys and led my fellow law students as a director of a pro bono legal organization and a member of the Christian Legal Society. My undergraduate degree, also from UW-Madison, graduating in the top 7% of my class is in Computer Engineering with a second major in Computer Science. I find that having a background as a complex problem solver makes me uniquely suited to tackle your worst legal problems and it is part of why I love to do what I do. In my spare time, I love traveling with my wife and enjoying the outdoors, including backpacking, golfing and just getting out on the water. I am also an avid Wisconsin sports fan – whether it’s the Packers, Brewers, Badgers or Bucks.