NEWS RELEASE — Christine Bremer Muggli, with the law firm of Bremer & Trollop, S.C., has been appointed to the Judicial Selection Advisory Committee by Gov. Tony Evers.

The committee, responsible for interviewing and recommending candidates to the governor for consideration when he fills judicial vacancies, consists of 15 attorneys from across the state of Wisconsin. Bremer Muggli will serve as the committee’s Co-Chair

“I am honored to have been named and appointed Co-Chair of Governor Evers’ Judicial Selection Advisory Committee,” Bremer Muggli said. “This is a highly regarded group of attorneys with impressive credentials and career accomplishments. I look forward to working with these gifted individuals and making certain we place the very best candidates in office.”

Bremer Muggli has practiced law for more than 40 years and specializes in protecting the rights of accident victims. Bremer has served as the President of the Wisconsin Association for Justice; has been repeatedly named a Wisconsin SuperLawyer year-after-year; is recognized as one of Wisconsin’s Top 25 Women Lawyers; has won the Robert L. Habush Trial Lawyer of the Year Award; and was recently elected to the National Board of Directors of the American Board of Trial Advocates.

“Wisconsin has a long and proud tradition of an independent judiciary that respects and preserves our state’s Constitution,” Gov. Evers said. “By tapping into the experience of attorneys from around the state, this committee will help ensure that we appoint judges who are knowledgeable, thoughtful, and fair.”