Brian Hagedorn

Brian Hagedorn

Brian Hagedorn

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Special Investigator, Office of Lawyer Regulation at Supreme Court of Wisconsin

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Justice at Supreme Court of Wisconsin

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Spokesman at Supreme Court of Wisconsin

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Justice at Supreme Court of Wisconsin

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President & Chief Strategist at Michael Best & Friedrich LLP

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Former Justice at Supreme Court of Wisconsin

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Shareholder at Godfrey & Kahn S.C.

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Judge, Branch 9 at Waukesha County Circuit Court

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Staff Attorney at Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence Inc.

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In The News
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Wisconsin)
January 10, 2021
State Supreme Court upholds gun ban for nonviolent felony
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Wisconsin)
December 27, 2020
Roggensack rebukes criticism
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Judge
2019 - Current

The Wisconsin Supreme Court, composed of seven justices, is the state's highest court. Located in the state Capitol, it has appellate jurisdiction over all Wisconsin courts and has discretion to determine which appeals it will hear. The Supreme Court may also hear original actions -- cases that have not been heard in a lower court. The court selects the cases it will review based on criteria described in the Wisconsin Statutes. In addition to its case deciding function, the Supreme Court has administrative and regulatory authority over all Wisconsin courts and the practice of law in the state.

Judge
Prior - 2019

The Court of Appeals is the state's intermediate appellate court. The court is composed of 16 judges from four districts headquartered in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Wausau, and Madison. The Wisconsin Supreme Court appoints the chief judge of the Court of Appeals. The chief judge handles administrative matters for the entire Court of Appeals while continuing to participate fully in deciding cases. The chief judge term lasts three years. Each of the four districts of the Court of Appeals is managed by a presiding judge, appointed by the chief judge of the Court of Appeals. The presiding judges take on these additional duties for two-year terms.

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Brian Hagedorn is affiliated with Supreme Court of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Court of Appeals

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