Wisconsin Association for Justice Announces New Leaders for 2010
The Wisconsin Association for Justice (WAJ) announced its new roster of officers elected by the organizations members on December 4,2009.Salem attorney Paul Gagliardi was chosen to lead the organization in 2010.
It is truly an honor to be elected president of the Wisconsin Association for Justice, an organization that fights for consumer rights and to preserve our civil justice system here in Wisconsin, said new President Paul Gagliardi.
The WAJ is Wisconsin’s largest statewide voluntary bar association. The organization is dedicated to promoting and protecting a fair and effective justice system one that ensures justice for all, not just a privileged few. Officers serve one-year terms.
I am very confident that Paul will be a great leader and continue to fight tirelessly to achieve the goals of our organization, said current President Mark L. Thomsen. I am proud of what we have been able to accomplish in the last year, and I look forward to supporting Paul in the year ahead.
The newly elected officers include:
President: Salem attorney, Paul Gagliardi
President-Elect: Milwaukee attorney, J. MichaelEnd
Vice President: Green Bay attorney, Edward J.Vopal
Secretary: Milwaukee attorney, Jeffrey A. Pitman
Treasurer: Platteville attorney, Christopher D. Stombaugh