CONTACT

(608) 250-9053

[email protected]

44 E Mifflin St, Madison, WI 53703

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Civil Litigation, Municipal Law, Defending Physicians and other Licensed Professionals, Appellate Practice, Wisconsin Pardon Applications, Prosecution of Municipal Citations, Criminal Defense

EDUCATION

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, B.A. – 2007

Berkeley School of Law, Berkeley, California, J.D. – 2016

“With every client who comes to me with a legal problem, I want them to know that their problem becomes my problem. I recognize that my job is more than just understanding the law and pursuing the strategy for each client that will achieve the best possible outcome. Clients often also have serious concerns about how their case will impact their lives. A crucial part of my job is to listen to my clients and understand their concerns. In this way, I can help to solve their legal problem while allowing them to get on with their lives.”

Noah Relles is an Associate Attorney in the law firm, and he advises and represents clients to help them achieve success in a variety of areas of practice.

As a litigator, Noah represents clients in state and municipal court matters, administrative proceedings, and private mediation. Noah represents injured persons in their disputes with insurance companies resulting from car accidents, animal bites, or medical negligence. He prosecutes ordinance violations on behalf of several municipalities. He represents professionals who have been charged with misconduct that could impact their state license. Noah also provides legal advice to municipalities on a wide range of issues involving contract and real estate law as well as regulatory and administrative law.

Noah has published articles pertaining to Wisconsin Pardons, and he has represented many individuals seeking a pardon from the Wisconsin Governor, with success.

After graduating from the University of California Berkeley School of Law, Noah served as a law clerk for the Vermont Court system, first at the trial court level and then at the Vermont Supreme Court. Before law school, Noah was a paralegal with the Habeas Corpus Resource Center in San Francisco, California, where he investigated cases involving Death Row inmates.

Noah is admitted to the Vermont Bar (inactive) and the State Bar of Wisconsin. He is married to his wife Shira, and they have a son Elijah, who was born in 2018.

Professional Associations:  Wisconsin Association for Justice, State Bar of Wisconsin, State Bar of Vermont