For Immediate Release
Milwaukee attorney J. Michael End elected President of state lawyer group
Milwaukee attorney J. Michael End was elected President of the Wisconsin Association for Justice (WAJ) at the organization's Annual Meeting on Dec. 3. End was one of five officers sworn in to serve during 2011. In addition, 33 members of the Association's Board of Directors were installed.
As president, End will be the highest ranking elected officer and the major spokesperson for WAJ. He will focus on safeguarding the personal and civil rights of Wisconsin citizens against the efforts of big business to weaken or destroy those constitutionally-protected rights.
Mr. End is a partner in the Milwaukee law firm of End, Hierseman & Crain, LLC. He has 37 years of experience representing injured people, with an emphasis in medical malpractice and personal injury law.
Mr. End received his B.A. degree from Marquette University and his J.D. degree from Marquette University Law School, where he was a Thomas More Scholar.
Mr. End resides in Shorewood with his wife, Joan. They have four children and six grandchildren.
WAJ is the largest voluntary statewide bar organization in Wisconsin. Members of the Association are attorneys who represent consumers seeking to hold wrongdoers accountable for injuries arising from accidents, malpractice, or unsafe products.
The Wisconsin Association for Justice stands with consumers to promote a fair and effective justice system for every citizen, not just the privileged and wealthy.