- General Practice
- Insurance Law
- Business Law
- Creditors Rights
- Commercial Law
University of Iowa, B.A., with distinction, 1994
University of Iowa, J.D., with distinction, 1997
1997, Iowa; 1998, Wisconsin; U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Iowa U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin
Dubuque County, Iowa State (Member, Sections on: General Practice, Business, Commercial & Bankruptcy Law and Litigation); and American (Member, Sections on: Business Law, General Practice, Litigation and Real Property, Trust & Estate Law); Bar Associations; State Bar of Wisconsin (Member, Sections on: Litigation and General Practice).
Case Editor, Moot Court Program (1996-1997), University of Iowa. Author: "It's My Privilege And I'll Assert It If I Want To: The Attorney-Client Privilege in Closely-Held Corporations," The Journal of Corporation Law, 1998.
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