Attorney Michael Ericson practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation and criminal/traffic defense.  Mr. Ericson has been in private practice since 2004, after passing the Iowa Bar Examination on the first attempt.  He was then admitted to practice in Wisconsin in 2010 after demonstrating a record of years of competent and ethical practice.  He worked for both large and small firms before starting his own practice and working independently.

Mr. Ericson earned his law degree, With Honors, from Drake University Law School, where he served as a research assistant for a professor specializing in civil litigation, and was named a finalist in an oral argument competition. Mr. Ericson also holds a master's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he was awarded a graduate assistantship and worked as the teaching assistant for a law related course for all four semesters of his program.  He earned his bachelor's degree on a full academic scholarship from the University of Richmond, one of the top ranked small universities in the nation.

Practicing law has given Mr. Ericson the responsibility of helping people with some of the most important events in their lives, the impact of which often extends far beyond the final hearing.  He has litigated civil disputes involving large sums of money, protected people's interests when their families were in crisis, and successfully resolved criminal/traffic cases ranging from low level misdemeanors to high level felonies.