Christopher E. Rogers

  • 2010-2017 Wisconsin Super Lawyer
  • 2012, 2015-2017 Top 25 Madison Super Lawyers

Christopher E. Rogers

Christopher Rogers graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1995 where he was a note and comment editor for the Wisconsin Environmental Law Journal. After graduation, he worked for firms in Milwaukee and Madison, practicing insurance defense and defense litigation. In 1999, he began his work with Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.® and is a shareholder with the firm. While initially practicing predominately in the firm’s Lake Geneva office, he worked and tried cases in Walworth, Kenosha, and Racine counties. In 2004, he moved to the firm’s Madison office, where he continues to practice today.  His focus is on cases involving injuries from product defects, automobile accidents, and general negligence. He has clients throughout the state of Wisconsin.

He has been named a Wisconsin Super Lawyer since 2010 and was named a Top 25 Madison Super Lawyer in 2012 and then again in 2015-2017.

In 2016 he was inducted as a Fellow of the Wisconsin Bar Foundation, which recognizes members of the profession in Wisconsin who are known by their peers for high achievements in their profession and outstanding contributions for the advancement and improvement of the administration of justice in the State of Wisconsin.

In 2017 he was elected President-Elect of the State Bar of Wisconsin, an organization of roughly 25,000 licensed attorneys. He will serve a one-year term as a President-Elect before becoming State Bar President on July 1, 2018.

In 2018 he was inducted as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, an honor less than one percent of all U.S. practicing lawyers receive.  Additionally in 2018, he was elected as a Best Lawyer in America.

On the personal side, he has worked extensivly with individuals with disabilities, specifically in the areas of community integration, employment and job training. He has coached girls’ basketball, boys middle school football, and has participated as a mock trial judge. He also volunteers for the Waunakee Football Club and chaired last year’s fundraiser. He lives in Waunakee with his wife Corina and their three children, Nicholas, Abigail, and Danielle, and their dog, Charley.