Volume 1 | Issue 4 | June 2022

Judge Roemer remembered for dedication to family, church and the law

The late Judge John P. Roemer, who served 13 years on the Juneau County Circuit Court, is remembered by colleagues as man deeply dedicated to his family, church and the legal profession. He died June 3 at age 68.

Judge Roemer

Supreme Court appoints three new chief judges; re-appoints two

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has appointed circuit court judges from Waushara, Outagamie and Taylor counties to join the ranks of chief judges, and two current chief judges were re-appointed to lead their respective Judicial Administrative Districts. The appointments are effective Aug. 1, 2022.

Chief judges

New municipal judges get hands-on training at orientation

The Office of Judicial Education hosted the 2022 Municipal Judge Orientation training May 3-4 in Oshkosh. New judges had a chance to get a close up look at radar and laser traffic speed-checking devices and studied a wide range of issues affecting municipal courts.


Chief Justice, Director lead team at Summit on Mental Health and the Courts

A team from Wisconsin joined teams from six other states at a Summit on Mental Health and the Courts last month in Burlington, Vermont. Each team included judges, court staff, mental health professionals and state agency representatives.

Mental health summit