Christopher J. MacGillis is a partner at MacGillis Wiemer, LLC. Chris focuses his practice on personal injury, labor/employment, family, and other civil litigation, including employment discrimination and First Amendment retaliation cases. Chris also represents clients on appeal in both state and federal court.
Chris also has experience in litigating cases involving the improper release of mental health records under Wisconsin Chapter 51 and records under Wisconsin's Open Records Law.
Chris earned his J.D., cum laude, from Marquette University Law School. Prior to entering law school, Chris received his B.A. in Economics from Lawrence University. While at Lawrence, Chris was a member of the men's basketball team, serving as team captain and earning all-academic and all-conference honors.
Chris' experiences in and out of the courtroom have made him a skilled communicator and trial lawyer. Chris takes pride in diligently preparing for his cases and passionately pursuing his clients' interests. Chris' goal is to obtain justice for each of his clients.
Outside of the office, Chris is an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys fishing and hunting with his dog, Rooney. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, Grace.
Graham P. Wiemer is a partner at MacGillis Wiemer, LLC, and focuses his practice on family, criminal, and labor/employment cases. Graham also serves as a Guardian ad Litem in many family cases.
Graham attended law school at the University of Notre Dame, and spent his second year at the Concannon London Law Programme in London, England. While in law school, Graham also worked with the Notre Dame Legal Aid Clinic and was a sports radio talk show host with the student radio station.
Graham earned his undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio, majoring in Political Science and Philosophy, with a minor in Human Rights. Graham was a recipient of the Eugene Stenger Outstanding Junior in Political Science award, given to the top junior majoring in Political Science each year. While an undergraduate, Graham studied in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, and volunteered for Habitat for Humanity. Graham also interned with Congressman Tony Hall and played on UD's ultimate frisbee team.
He also works within his community, especially helping children and animals. Graham is a former member of the Citizen Advocacy of Washington County Board of Directors, and a current member of the Leadership Germantown Board of Directors. He has also been foster parent to rescue dogs through Chicago Canine Rescue and PetsConnect.
Outside of his practice, Graham has traveled widely, including the Americas and countries of the former Soviet Union. He also enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, reading, live music, and spending time with his wife and baby daughter, Lily.