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Ted M. Warshafsky IN MEMORY 1925-2012

The founder of our Milwaukee Personal Injury Law Firm. For a narrative take on Ted's unique life, check out "The Catcher of the Lie".

1926-2012

Ted Warshafsky passed away Sunday, October 14th, 2012 after a long life successful in 'living the dream' every day in every regard while restoring and protecting the dreams of so many. You will be missed, dear friend.

Admitted To Bar

1952, Wisconsin; Admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court

Education

Ted Warshafsky pursued his B.B.A. and J.D from the University of Wisconsin Madison
B.B.A., 1949 | J.D., 1952

Honors & Activities

  • Authored:
    • Trial Handbook for Wisconsin Lawyers; Editor, Law Review
    • Numerous book chapters and articles in legal periodicals
  • Milwaukee County Court, Former Commissioner
  • Served U.S. Marine Corps
  • Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers, Past President
  • Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, Past President
  • National College of Trial Judges' Advisory Panel Regarding Admissibility Of Scientific And Technical Evidence, Member
  • Taught summer course in cross-examination at Harvard Law School
  • One of fewer than 50 lawyers in the United States, and the only one in Wisconsin, to have been inducted into membership in:
    • The American College of Trial Lawyers
    • The Inner Circle of Advocates (100 members nationally)
    • The International Academy of Trial Lawyers (500 members in the United States)
    • The International Society of Barristers (600 U.S. members)
  • The Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Past National Secretary
  • American Board of Trial Advocates, Diplomat 
  • Named in every poll in Milwaukee Magazine as one of The Best Lawyers
  • Named in The Best Lawyers in America every year since first publication
  • Named in Who's Who in American Law for 25 consecutive years
  • Wisconsin SuperLawyer, 2005, 2006, 2007

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