Attorney Emily M. Long Elected Eau Claire Circuit Court Judge
The law firm of Weld Riley, S.C. would like to congratulate Attorney Emily M. Long on her election to Eau Claire Circuit Court Branch 3 Judge.
Long practiced in Weld Riley’s divorce and family law, criminal defense, and municipal prosecution sections. In her family law practice, she helped families navigate situations such as divorce, child custody, and adoption.
Prior to joining Weld Riley, S.C., Long prosecuted felony and misdemeanor domestic violence and sexual assault cases as an Assistant District Attorney for both Eau Claire and La Crosse Counties. At the same time, she developed alternative means for achieving justice by developing and managing the Eau Claire County Diversion Program and working closely with other committees for alternative justice.
Long earned a Bachelor of Arts in sociology and math, cum laude, from the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. She received her law degree with honors from the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison, Wisconsin.
Weld Riley, S.C. was formed in 1991 and is comprised of Litigation, Labor and Employment, Business, Estate Planning, Real Estate, and Government Relations Sections. The firm employs 78 people in its Eau Claire, Menomonie and Black River Falls offices.