WAUKESHA COUNTY—FEBRUARY 8, 2018—Waukesha County District Attorney Sue Opper today announced her endorsement of Laura Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 12. The election will be held April 3.
“I support Laura Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge because she brings with her an unparalleled level of experience based on her work in the courtroom as an attorney and Circuit Court Commissioner,” Waukesha County District Attorney Sue Opper says. “Laura currently presides over cases in all the different court divisions. She is very familiar with the issues that arise in these cases daily. Laura Lau will make a quick and smooth transition to judge.”
As a proud Waukesha County native, Laura Lau has dedicated 16 years of her legal career to applying the rule of law in Waukesha County Circuit Courts. Lau says keeping Waukesha County families and their loved ones safe is a calling that runs as deep as her 50 years living here.
“Waukesha County voters ‘Back the Badge’ and respect the rule of law,” Lau says, “I’m grateful Waukesha County District Attorney Sue Opper trusts in my 16 years’ experience presiding over Waukesha County Circuit Courts. Her endorsement of my candidacy for Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge sends a strong signal to voters who expect all phases of law enforcement to work together to serve and protect our community.”
Visit www.LauForJudge.com to learn more.
More About Laura Lau for Judge
Waukesha County Circuit Court Commissioner Laura Lau is running for Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 12. Election is April 3. Lau has been a member of the judiciary since her appointment to the position of Court Commissioner in 2001. As a Court Commissioner she presides over court hearings in all 5 court divisions—civil, criminal, family, juvenile and probate. During her 16 years as a Commissioner she has presided over more than 20,000 hearings and currently supervises both the family court and probate offices. She is on the Board of Directors for NAMI-Waukesha (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and Parents Place. She serves on a multi-disciplinary work group exploring ways in which the legal system and law enforcement may better serve those in our community experiencing mental health challenges. She previously served on Boards for The Women’s Center, Pro Health Care and Chosen, Inc. Visit lauforjudge.com for more information.