Michael Mishlove is an experienced employment lawyer and a partner at Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan, briefing and arguing multiple cases on appeal in the Sixth and Seventh Circuits and State of Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Mr. Mishlove clerked for the Hon. Charles N. Clevert, US District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin; the Hon. Walter J. Cummings (dec.), US Court of Appeals Seventh Circuit; the Hon. Ruben Castillo, US District Court Northern District of Illinois; and Hon. Suzanne B. Conlon, US District Court Northern District of Illinois.
He is an accomplished author with many publications to his credit, including the State Bar of Wisconsin's Wisconsin Lawyer ("ADA and WFEA: Differing Disability Protections") and American Psychological Association's Monitor ("Video Conferencing in the Courtroom: More Research Needed", "Courts Continue to Exclude Expert Evidence on Witness Credibility" and "Second Circuit Increases Judicial Sentencing Discretion").
Mr. Mishlove is an adjunct faculty member of Marquette University, where he designed and instructs an upper-level sociology course, "Law and Society".
He earned his BS and MS in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his JD, cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School.
Mr. Mishlove is also a PhD candidate, Department of Psychology, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.