Lee R. Wickert joined our insurance litigation team as an associate attorney in our Wisconsin office. Lee is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and obtained his law degree at Marquette Law School and his M.B.A. at Marquette University. Lee is licensed in Texas and Wisconsin.

Lee is no stranger to the firm having worked for the firm since 2009, including three years as a research law clerk, and is already a prolific writer. He was a legal research assistant at Marquette University, creating class material for a Bankruptcy Law class, and contributing toward a law school text book on bankruptcy. Lee is also co-author of “Fundamentals of Insurance Coverage in All 50 States – Fifth Edition”, published by Juris Publishing, Inc. out of New York.

Lee previously worked for Governor Scott Walker, Office of Legal Counsel, where he served as legal liaison ensuring the compliance of new legislation with Wisconsin law and the Wisconsin Constitution. He has also been an analyst with AXA Advisors in Milwaukee and a credit operation specialist with Johnson Bank in Racine.

Lee is a former hockey goalie, played hockey for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and is the assistant coach for the Cedarburg High School varsity hockey team. When he isn’t drafting subrogation complaints, Lee enjoys weight-lifting, politics, scuba diving, downhill skiing, and playing board games with family and friends. He will eventually be practicing law in Texas, overseeing a planned MWL branch office in Austin.


Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI

  • Juris Doctor and Masters of Business Administration, May 2017
  • Activities: Business Law Society, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Space Law

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI

  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance, May 2014

Published Works

Fundamentals of Insurance Coverage In All 50 States (Fifth Edition), National Treatise, Juris Publishing, Inc., New York, Updated Annually. ISBN: 978-1-57823-498-1, 2016.

Recovery of Sales Tax After Vehicle Total Loss – Claims Journal’s #1 most read article in 2015.

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Property and Liability Research Bureau (PLRB)
  • Claims Litigation Management (CLM)

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