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RALPH J. EHLINGER

Attorney at Law

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Information

 

Born March 22, 1941, Oconto, Wisconsin

Married; 6 children.


Professional Employment

Engaged in the private practice of law in Milwaukee Wisconsin (1968-1986), the District of Columbia (1987-1988), Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1989- 1999), and Germantown, Wisconsin (2000 to present)

Bar Admissions

Wisconsin; District of Columbia (inactive); U.S. District Courts (E.D. Wis., W.D. Wis.,  E. D. Va.,  W. D. Mich.); U.S. Courts of Appeals (4th Cir., 7th  Cir.); U.S. Supreme Court

 

Academic Appointment

Marquette Law School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Adjunct Assistant Professor 1999- 2004   

Courses: Business Associations; Limited Liability Entities; Publicly Held Corporations

 

Education 

Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. -- J.D. 1968

The St. Paul Seminary, St. Paul Minnesota -- B.A. (Philosophy) 1963

 

Academic Honors 

Georgetown Law Journal,1966-68: Articles Editor/Executive Board Member, 1967-68; Recipient of Milton A. Kaufman Award for Outstanding Law Journal Editor, 1968

Professional Honors 

"Lawyer of the Year," 1997 (Milwaukee Bar Association); Who's Who in America; Who's Who in American Law; Who’s Who in the World; Martindale-Hubbell rating AV since 1978; Bar Register of Pre-Eminent Lawyers (1992-2001)

 

Professional Activities 

Milwaukee Bar Association: Board of Directors (1990-93)

Milwaukee Bar Association Foundation: Board of Directors (1990–2002), President (1994-97)

Centro Legal por Derechos Humanos (Nonprofit Legal Services Agency): Board of Directors (1996 -2001)

 

Civic Activities 

Plan Commission, Town of Richfield, Wis.: (2002- 05); Chairman (2004 - 05)

Mental Health Association in Milwaukee County: Board of Direc­tors (1989 - 95); President (1992 - 93)

Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology: Board of Trustees (1990 - 93)

Grand Avenue Club, Inc. (rehabilitation clubhouse for the mentally ill): Incorporator, Director, and first Board President (1990 - 92)

St. Gabriel Congregation: Chairman of Merger Steering Committee for merger of three Roman Catholic parishes in Richfield, WI (2001 - 02)

Family and Church-Related Activities: little league and soccer coach, cubmaster, Sunday school and adult religious education teacher, church choir member and accompanist.

Earlier Employment: Fifth Grade Teacher, South Milwaukee, WI 1964-65; Community Organizer, National Council for the Spanish-Speaking (San Antonio, TX), Summer, 1964; Green Bay (WI) Migrant Apostolate, Summers, 1959-63)


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