Chris Meuler, an attorney at Friebert, Finerty & St. John, S.C. since 2001, maintains a general litigation practice with emphasis in the areas of business litigation, eminent domain, insurance coverage, appellate work, contract disputes and Bid protests. Chris serves as local counsel for a number of national law firms when disputes arise in Wisconsin.
In addition to his litigation practice, Chris pursues his interest in politics with a concentration in election law. He has worked on numerous election recounts and nomination paper challenges, and has advised both sides of the aisle on campaign finance and other issues.
After graduating from Marquette University in 1996 with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Economics and Political Science, Chris worked on the 1996 presidential campaign, followed by work in governmental affairs. He then served as a high school teacher before attending the University of Wisconsin Law School, where he was a member of the International Law Journal and the mock trial team. Chris is admitted to practice before all Wisconsin state courts, as well as Wisconsin's federal district courts, and is a member of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and American Bar Associations.
Chris was named a “Super Lawyer” in 2013 and 2014, and “Rising Star” from 2008 through 2012.
He was also recognized as American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin's “Volunteer Attorney of the Year” in 2014 after representing a former marine whos American flag had been removed from his property by police while hanging upside down in protest.
Born and raised here in Milwaukee, Chris maintains strong roots in this community. When he's not working, he enjoys soccer, running, and attending Marquette basketball games. From time to time you can also find him demonstrating his trivia knowledge at different area locales.
- University of Wisconsin Law School, 2001.
- Marquette Univerysity, 1996, B.A. Economics and Political Science.