Laura Gramling Perez on Tuesday officially announced she is running for Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 32.
Gramling Perez grew up in Milwaukee and worked in the New York District Attorney’s Office before law school. The Wauwatosa resident has also served as chair of the Milwaukee Bar Association’s Legal Services to the Indigent Committee and helped to found the Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic and the Veterans Family Law Clinic, according to information on her website.
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Gramling Perez currently serves as the presiding court commissioner for Milwaukee County Circuit Court and has worked as a lawyer at Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren, where she specialized in litigation and trial preparation, and at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in New York.
She is the daughter of retired Milwaukee Municipal Judge James Gramling. Her mother, Susan Gramling, works as an attorney. She holds a bachelor’s from Columbia University and graduated from the University of Michigan Law School.