Lucas T. Tabor
Lucas Tabor supports KMK attorneys by researching, summarizing and aquiring case materials in preparation for trial. He utilizes his law school training to assist in complaint, pleading, motion, and trial brief writing.
In the Fall of 2018, Lucas had the opportunity to intern with the Milwaukee County Circuit Court, and be mentored by the honorable Judge Witkowiak. In the spring of 2019, Lucas was chosen to represent Marquette in the Wagner National Labor and Employment Law Moot Court competition and, later that year, Lucas interned with the Milwaukee City Attorney’s Office, Ordinance Enforcement Division. This internship provided him with the opportunity to assist in the sale, distribution, and re-development of properties amongst Near West Side Partners, Inc., as well as many research and writing opportunities including writing a legal opinion for the Mayor and Chief of Police of the City of Milwaukee.
Lucas is an active member of the Federalist Society, and legal volunteer at the Milwaukee Justice Center. He expects to graduate from law school in the spring of 2020.
- Marquette University Law School (Expected Graduation: 2020)
- Fuller Theological Seminary (2016-2017)
- Evangel University, BS in Church Ministries (2016)
- Madison Area Technical College, AAS in Business Management (2014)