Josh Kindkeppel

ELSA Attorneys Organize, Participate in FREE Sun Prairie Legal Clinic

Free Legal Clinic Starts Tuesday

If you live in the Sun Prairie area and have legal questions, there is now another local resource available.  The Sunshine Supper Legal Clinic will open its doors tonight, September 16, 2014, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Sunshine Supper (1632 West Main Street, Sun Prairie), to answer your legal questions free of charge.

ELSA Attorneys will be on hand to answer your questions regarding various fields of law, including employment law, family law, immigration law, and landlord-tenant issues.  Individuals whose questions are not fully resolved will be referred to outside resources, including the State Bar’s Lawyer Referral & Information Service, Community Justice, Inc., Legal Action of Wisconsin or the State Public Defender’s Office.

The clinic is the result of months of hard work by ELSA attorney and shareholder Joshua J. Kindkeppel, as detailed in this article from The Star, as well as ELSA attorneys Kathleen Curran and Kevin Henry, and other local practitioners.

Attorney Kindkeppel practices in the areas of business, real estate, employment, and civil litigation.  He was elected and served as president of the Dane County Bar Association in 2012-13, and collaborated with long-time Madison attorney Joseph Melli to create the Joseph A. Melli Mentorship Program to assist young Dane County attorneys. Kindkeppel is also active in the Sun Prairie Rotary Club, and serves on the planning committee for the Sun Prairie Kindness Retreats.

Attorney Curran practices in the areas of family law, estate planning, civil litigation, employment law, and personal injury.

If you cannot make it to tonight’s clinic, it will return on October 21, 2014, and on the third Tuesday of each following month.

Atty. Kindkeppel Honored as Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation

Joshua J. Kindkeppel, attorney and shareholder with Eustice, Laffey, Sebranek & Auby, S.C., was recently nominated and accepted membership as a Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation.  The Fellows organization was created in 1999 as a special means to honor members of the State Bar of Wisconsin who have both achieved significant accomplishments in their career and contributed leadership and service to their communities. Membership in the Fellows is considered a professional honor and includes the likes of Russ Feingold, Tommy Thompson, former members of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and other well respected attorneys and retired judges.

Attorney Kindkeppel practices in the areas of business, real estate, employment, and civil litigation.  He was elected and served as president of the Dane County Bar Association in 2012-13, and collaborated with long-time Madison attorney Joseph Melli to create the Joseph A. Melli Mentorship Program to assist young Dane County attorneys. Kindkeppel is also active in the Sun Prairie Rotary Club, and serves on the planning committee for the Sun Prairie Kindness Retreats.

Sun Prairie Business Attorney Makes Public Service Part of His Practice

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Attorney Joshua J. Kindkeppel Announced as Shareholder

Eustice, Laffey, Sebranek & Auby, S.C. is pleased to announce that Joshua J. Kindkeppel has been named a shareholder with the firm.  Attorney Kindkeppel has been practicing law in Dane County since 2003 and joined Eustice, Laffey, Sebranek & Auby, S.C. in 2007.  His practice areas include business law, civil litigation, real estate, employment and administrative agency matters.  He is licensed to practice in Wisconsin and Minnesota and has been recognized as a Wisconsin “Rising Star” by Wisconsin Super Lawyers Magazine.

Attorney Kindkeppel is an active member of the Dane County Bar Association, currently serving as president-elect.  Attorney Kindkeppel takes great pride in the work that he and long-time Madison attorney Joe Melli did in developing and establishing Dane County’s attorney mentorship program, now known as the Joseph A. Melli Mentorship Program.  He also serves on several State Bar committees, is a member of the James E. Doyle Inns of Court and the Sun Prairie Rotary Club.

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