Three judges appointed to Milwaukee-area courts.

 
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Byline: WISCONSIN LAW JOURNAL STAFF

Gov. Tony Evers has announced the appointments of Judge Joe Donald to the Court of Appeals (District I), Attorney Jeffrey O. Davis to the Court of Appeals (District II), and Assistant District Attorney Brittany Grayson to the Milwaukee County Circuit Court.

Donald is currently the deputy chief judge for Milwaukee County. He has been a Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge since 1996, presiding over thousands of civil, criminal, and juvenile cases. He serves on numerous boards, such as the Milwaukee County Historical Society, and helped create Milwaukee's Drug Treatment Court. With this appointment, Donald will be the only person of color serving on the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. He is a graduate of Marquette University and Marquette University Law School.

Davis is currently a partner with Quarles & Brady, where he primarily represents Wisconsin small and large businesses in disputes with insurance providers. In this role, Davis has represented some of the largest employers in Wisconsin, including A.O. Smith Corp...

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