Jennifer L. Williams, an attorney with Buelow Vetter, focuses on litigation and helping clients navigate the often confusing and stressful phases of a lawsuit. Whether prosecuting or defending an action, Jennifer's experience enables her to focus on strategy and positive outcomes for her clients given her wide breadth of familiarity with the courtroom. Jennifer is uniquely qualified given her experience in municipal, state, appellate, federal, and international courts, having advised and represented government agencies in all of those forums. Her current practice focuses on private and public sector clients facing labor and employment matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Jennifer worked for the small East African government of Eritrea on arbitration for a border war with Ethiopia, served for 10 years as a Milwaukee County Sensitive Crimes prosecutor trying over 50 felony jury trials to verdict, and most recently as Deputy City Attorney for the City of Racine handling litigation for the city. In addition to her practice, she also teaches as an adjunct instructor in the Criminology and Social Justice departments for Marquette University.