Patrick J. Fiedler
Patrick J. Fiedler's diverse legal career includes service as the United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin, Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, 18 years as a Dane County Circuit Judge, and President of the State Bar of Wisconsin.
As a lawyer, he has tried over 60 jury trials, and as a judge he has presided over more than 150 juries. Since returning to the private practice of law in late 2011, he has served as a mediator and arbitrator in over 100 different cases. Additionally, he has represented numerous individuals in both civil and criminal cases as a trial lawyer.
Patrick also has served as an independent investigator for both public entities and private organizations. As a mediator, Patrick's practice is to: "Prepare, listen and then evaluate." When he is at trial it is to: "Focus on the issues from a jury's perspective. Then present your case accordingly."