Hon. Lee S. Dreyfus, Jr., ret.
Resolute Systems, LLC
1661 N. Water Street, Suite 501
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 276-4774, x125
Judge Dreyfus is recognized for his deep knowledge and experience in Civil and Family law proceedings. His calm demeanor, openness to all sides of a matter, respect for all parties, and thoughtfulness in his decision making have earned him praise from his colleagues. He brings these qualities and 30 years of judicial experience to his mediation practice.
Judge Dreyfus concentrates his mediation experience in the areas of:
For 30 years Judge Dreyfus has served as an elected circuit court judge in Waukesha County from 1990 through July of 2020. During his tenure, he has presided over thousands of proceedings across all four divisions of the Circuit Court, been the presiding Judge of all 4 divisions and has successfully handled over 400 jury trials. His tenure includes a total of 8 years in the Family division and 6 years in the Civil division. He successfully presided over the historic “Oswald Trials” in 1995 and has been upheld in the vast majority of his cases to come before the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Prior to his time as Circuit Court Judge, Dreyfus began his career as the elected District Attorney of Oconto County WI and then entered into general private law practice in Waukesha, WI. where he later became partner of Love, Voss, & Dreyfus. While in private practice, Dreyfus represented clients in all matters of the law including civil, family, commercial, and litigation. He has successfully argued cases before both the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Judge Dreyfus donated significant time to taking pro-bono cases and was recipient of the Waukesha County Bar Association Pro Bono Service Award. He was elected as the first part time Municipal Judge of the City of Waukesha Municipal Court in 1987 and continued in private practice until he was elected to the Circuit Court in 1990
Judge Dreyfus has served on the Wisconsin Trust Foundation Board, the Juvenile Jury Instruction Committee, The Juvenile Jury Bench Book Committee and the Judicial Education Committee planning multiple judicial education programs over the years. He also served on the boards of the Wisconsin Community Services, Inc, the Waukesha Mediation Center and the Hebron House of Hospitality Homeless Shelter.
For more information on Judge Dreyfus’ ADR services, please contact Mike Weinzierl at (414) 276-4774, x125 or [email protected]s.com