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Attorneys Prepare for 2014 Mock Trial Season

Winter in Wisconsin typically means one thing to its residents: snow – and lots of it. But to high school mock trial teams, it means that it’s time to begin developing arguments and pouring over a true-to-life court case in an effort to prepare for the regional high school mock trial competition, which is just a few, cold months away. This year, the regional competitions will be held Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 11 locations around the state: Eau Claire, Green Bay, Wisconsin Rapids, Appleton, La Crosse, Madison, Janesville, Milwaukee, Juneau, Waukesha and Racine. Of added excitement this year is that Wisconsin will host the mock trial national championship, which will be held in Madison from May 8, 2014 to May 10, 2014.

Attorney Tiffany L. Highstrom annually organizes the regional competition in Juneau, with is held at the Dodge County Justice Facility. Attorneys Longfield, Schrier, and Sweet regularly volunteer with other judges and attorneys from the area to serve as presiding and scoring judges for the regional competition.

Neuberger, Wakeman, Lorenz, Griggs and Sweet has served clients from our offices in Watertown, Lake Mills, and Waterloo since 1922. Our firm regularly serves clients located in Dodge County, Jefferson County, Dane County, Columbia County, Washington County, and Waukesha County, the communities of the Watertown, Lake Mills, Waterloo, Johnson Creek, Reeseville, Ixonia, Oconomowoc, Sullivan, Jefferson, Cambridge, Columbus, Deerfield, Marshall, Juneau, Fort Atkinson, Beaver Dam, Hartford, Madison, Sun Prairie, Monona Grove, Cottage Grove, McFarland, Stoughton, Edgerton, Delafield, Pewaukee, Dousman, Hartland, Brookfield, and Waukesha, and all of Wisconsin.

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