DeWitt Ross & Stevens: Six attorneys recognized for pro bono service in the community

Michelle M. Friedman
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MADISON | MILWAUKEE | MINNEAPOLIS – DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. announced six of its attorneys were recognized by The Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission as members of its 2017 Wisconsin Pro Bono Honor Society. These attorneys distinguished themselves by providing at least 50 hours of qualifying pro bono legal services in 2017 to assist people of limited means. 

The attorneys include:

  • Lindsey Anderson – Family Law – Waukesha County
  • Troy Mayne – Real Estate Law –  Dane County
  • John Movroydis – Estate Planning – Waukesha County
  • Michele Perreault – Family Law – Dane County
  • Megan Senatori – Litigation – Dane County
  • Raluca Vais-Ottosen – Immigration Law – Dane County

About the Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission

The Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission was created to support the provision of civil legal services to low income Wisconsin residents. Our mission is to develop and encourage means of expanding access to the civil justice system for unrepresented low-income Wisconsin residents. Achieving such an ambitious objective will require great effort and a long-term commitment from everyone who has a stake in equal justice under law for every Wisconsin resident

About DeWitt

DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C., including its affiliate DeWitt Mackall Crounse & Moore S.C., is one of the ten largest law firms based in Wisconsin, with an additional presence in Minnesota. It has ​nearly 140 attorneys practicing in Madison and Metropolitan Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Minneapolis, Minnesota, in a variety of legal areas and has the experience to service clients of all scopes and sizes. The firm is known for its work in several areas, including corporate law, employment, environmental, employee benefits, government relations, health care, litigation, real estate, tax, estate planning, family law, personal injury, intellectual property, patents, trademarks and copyright law. More information is available at