Sunday, February 26, 2012

Women of NCDD: Lauren Stuckert (Wisconsin)

One of NCDD's rising stars is Lauren Stuckert.  She is making a name for herself in Milwaukee courtrooms and impressed me as my classmate at Terry MacCarthy's recent cross-examination seminar in Tampa, Florida.  Very few attorneys have received certificates in forensic gas chromatography from the American Chemical Society but Lauren is one of them.  We call them Forensic Lawyers.  Arrested for an intoxication related offense in Milwaukee?  You might want to contact Lauren Stuckert.

From her website:

A proud Wisconsin native, Lauren grew up in Milwaukee and received her Juris Doctor degree from Marquette University Law School in 2009.  She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a triple major in Legal Studies, Political Science, and International Economy and Policy Studies.

Lauren focuses her law practice on complex alcohol and drug Operating While Intoxicated litigation.  Since joining the Law Offices of Andrew Mishlove in 2009, she has handled hundreds of Wisconsin OWI cases, fighting smartly and aggressively to secure the best possible outcome for her clients. She has defended clients in over 60 OWI jury and court trials.

Since beginning her career, Lauren has committed herself to remaining on the cutting edge of OWI defense.  She has taken the time to learn the science and law in OWI blood and breath cases, seeking extensive, specialized training in these areas.  Her training has given her superior knowledge in the physiology of blood alcohol metabolization, pharmacokinetics of prohibited and prescribed drugs and the problems associated with breath and blood analysis devices.

Lauren is currently the only Wisconsin attorney to be certified in Forensic Chromatography through Axion Laboratories in Chicago, Illinois.  One of her teachers was Dr. Harold McNair, a leading researcher in the field of chromatography and the author of "Basic Gas Chromatography", 2nd Edition, Wiley Publishers.  

She continues to work hard to perfect her trial advocacy skills to give her clients the best possible representation.  In addition to being mentored by Attorney Mishlove, she has received hands-on cross examination training from Terence MacCarthy, a master teacher of trial advocacy and author of “MacCarthy on Cross-Examination” published by the American Bar Association.  

Lauren is a member of the Wisconsin State Bar, the Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National College For DUI DefenseShe has been published in the Wisconsin Lawyer Magazine, June 2010 edition.  The article can be found at the following link:

1 comment:

  1. Lauren, you are succeeding at such a high level in professional life. Congratulations.