Attorney Stephen L. Weld in Eau Claire, Menomonie, Black River Falls, and Wausau
Steve has been the firm’s president since its creation in 1991. His practice is focused primarily on management labor and employment law. Steve also practices in the areas of government and school law.
Steve is a member of the American Bar Association (Labor and Employment Law Section), the Wisconsin Bar Association (former member of the Board of Directors of the Employment and Labor Law Section), Eau Claire County Bar Association (former Secretary), Wisconsin School Attorneys Association (past President and recipient of the Tipler Award for his work on behalf of school districts), Chippewa Valley Society for Human Resource Management (past President) and the St. Croix Valley Employers Association.
Steve is a contributing author to Municipal Labor Relations in Wisconsin and How Arbitration Works. He has been annually selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America since 1995 and has been named as a Wisconsin Super Lawyer by Law and Politics and Milwaukee Magazine each year since that award was instituted in 2005.
Steve graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (with honors) and the University of Wisconsin Law School. He formerly worked as a staff attorney for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, as Assistant City Attorney for the City of West Allis, and as a shareholder in Mulcahy & Wherry, S.C.
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University of Wisconsin, Madison
University of Wisconsin Law School
Awards and Associations
American Bar Association (Labor & Employment Law Sections)
Wisconsin State Bar Association
Eau Claire County Bar Association
American Bar Association
Wisconsin School Attorneys Association
Chippewa Valley Society for Human Resource Management
St. Croix Valley Employers Association
The Best Lawyers in America
Wisconsin Super Lawyer, Law and Politics and Milwaukee Magazine