Kemp, Jeffrey L.
work430 Second Street
Phone: work651-967-7344 / work715-338-3742 / work888-341-0230
firstname.lastname@example.org Other websites associated with this firm:www.eckberglammers.com
Current Employment Position(s)
Jeff Kemp is an associate attorney at Eckberg Lammers concentrating in the areas of criminal defense, family law, and civil litigation.
The practice of law is a second career for Jeff, who spent the first half of his working life as an auto mechanic in his family's auto repair business. Coming from a blue collar background gives Jeff a unique perspective in his approach to practical matters, who has always enjoyed the challenges of problem solving in both his current and past careers. One of the things Jeff finds most rewarding in the practice of law is being able to help people who find themselves in a situation they cannot handle on their own. Jeff also feels very strongly that of his many roles as an attorney, the greatest is that of safeguarding our rights under the Constitution, something that the area of criminal defense affords him the chance to do.
Jeff is originally from southeastern Wisconsin. He obtained his bachelors degree at UW-Whitewater and his Juris Doctor from Hamline University School of Law. In his spare time, he teaches Shorin Ryu karate in Hudson, and spends time with his family. He enjoys hunting, fishing, running, and hitting golf balls, though usually not accurately.
Areas of Practice
- Criminal Law
- Family Law & Divorce
- Civil Litigation
West Practice Categories
Criminal Defense, DUI / DWI, Divorce, Family Law, Litigation & Appeals
- Wisconsin, 2009
- Hamline University School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota
- Wisconsin University-Whitewater, Whitewater, Wisconsin
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
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