Wausau, WI – May 21, 2018 – The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), with headquarters in Dallas, Texas has announced the election of Wisconsin Attorney Christine Bremer Muggli to both the ABOTA and the Wisconsin Chapter of the ABOTA. Bremer Muggli was officially elected by the National Board of Directors at their January 2018 meeting. According to a statement released by Cynthia McGuinn, the 2018 National President, about Bremer Muggli, “Your election to ABOTA membership further evidences your high personal character, honorable reputation, and proficiency as a trial lawyer.”
Established in 1991, the American Board of Trial Advocates serves to promote and improve the American civil justice system and preserve the Seventh Amendment right to civil jury trials for future generations. The organization’s goals are to promote public appreciation in the civil justice system’s role in upholding societal values in democracy; elevate the understanding among America’s youth in the Seventh Amendment; and to inspire lawyers and law students to serve as ethical and skilled advocates of the civil justice system.
Bremer Muggli said, “This is one of the highest honors received by trial lawyers in our country and I’m am deeply honored to have been elected by the National Board of Directors to receive this distinction. As always, I will continue to fight for the rights of accident victims, as I have for nearly 40 years, and to tirelessly advocate for our Seventh Amendment rights.”
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