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  • De Pere, Wisconsin – 1951

Admitted to Bar

  • 1976 Wisconsin; U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit, U.S. District Court
  • Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin
  • Also has been admitted pro hac vice in courts in seventeen states


  • 1976 University of Wisconsin-Madison, J.D.
  • 1973 University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A., with honors


  • Inner Circle of Advocates
  • State Bar of Wisconsin (Member: Board of Governors, 1989-1993; Board of Directors, Litigation Section, 1986-1992; Secretary, 1986; Vice-Chairman, 1987; Chairman, 1988)
  • The American Bar Association
  • The Dane County Bar Association
  • Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • The Association of Trial Lawyers of America
  • American Board of Trial Advocates (Diplomate)
  • Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
  • Fellow, International Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Fellow: American College of Trial Lawyers
  • Wisconsin Law Foundation


  • “Legal Malpractice,” Wisconsin Bar Bulletin, June, 1982
  • “Supreme Court Adopts Discovery Rule,” Wisconsin Bar Bulletin, December, 1983. (Certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy)

Awards / Recognitions

  • Recipient of 2017 Lawdragon 500 leading Lawyers in America
  • Voted to the Top Ten Super Lawyers® List in Wisconsin, 2006-2016
  • Recipient of top number of Super Lawyer votes in Wisconsin 2011-2013
  • Named Best Lawyers 2015 Lawyer of the Year for Medical Malpractice – Plaintiffs
  • Recognized in Best Lawyers in America for medical malpractice law and personal injury litigation
  • Wisconsin Law Journal Leader in the Law


  • Mr. Rottier has given frequent lectures to various professional groups, including the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Association for Justice, the American Association for Justice, the Law School and the College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin and at the Marquette University School of Law.

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