MARA C. SPRING

Mara Spring graduated from the University of Wisconsin law school in 1998. After graduating, she plunged into her legal career with a period of time with a firm in Wausau, WI, practicing insurance defense while running for political office.  She served two terms as the Taylor County District Attorney, prosecuting everything from traffic offenses to homicide. She handled over 60 criminal jury trials during her tenure there. One famous murder case was featured on the hit True Crime television series "SNAPPED!" on Oxygen.

After serving as District Attorney, Mara worked at a general practice firm in Elkhorn, WI and then became partner with another firm in Elkhorn, WI. In these roles, Mara focused on litigation, primarily serving small businesses, condominium associations, and banks.   Mara also represented contractors and homeowners in construction law matters, and taught seminars for the Lakeland Builders' Association in Elkhorn, WI.  In 2016, she completed her Masters' Degree in Dispute Resolution from Marquette University.  She was appointed as one of two family court mediators serving Walworth County, and in that role she mediated nearly 200 custody and placement disputes. 

Outside of the office, Mara serves on the City of Muskego Board of Review.  She is a dedicated mother of three children, serving as a co-leader for her daughter’s girl scout troop and as a cheerleader for countless basketball games, Irish dance competitions, and tae kwon do lessons.

 

EDUCATION
J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, 1998

B.A., Northwestern University, 1995

 

BAR ADMISSIONS
Wisconsin, 1998

 

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