Michael Brose ’87 appointed to Wisconsin governor’s advisory committee
Michael J. Brose ’87 of New Richmond, Wisconsin, was appointed to Gov. Tony Evers’ Governor’s Judicial Selection Advisory Committee, responsible for interviewing and recommending candidates to the governor for consideration when he fills judicial vacancies. A story about the new membership, “Gov. Evers Announces Appointments to Judicial Selection Advisory Committee,” was shared in the Wisconsin State Journal newspaper April 15, 2019.
Brose practices civil litigation with an emphasis on plaintiff’s personal injury at Doar, Drill & Skow, S.C. in New Richmond. Brose is a contributing author to The Wisconsin Rules of Evidence: A Courtroom Handbook.
At Ripon College, he majored in economics and business management with a minor in philosophy. He received his J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law.
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