Criminal defense attorney Gregory Isaac earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Marquette University in 2012. He continued his legal education at Marquette and earned his Juris Doctor in 2016. Before his third year in law school, Mr. Isaac interned with in the Milwaukee office of the Wisconsin State Public Defender in the Revocation Division. Throughout his third year, Mr. Isaac again interned with the Milwaukee office of the Wisconsin State Public Defender in the Trial Division.
After graduation, Mr. Isaac worked as a clerk for one year in a large personal injury firm. He then worked as an attorney in a small insurance defense firm. Mr. Isaac then decided to return to his passion: criminal defense.
Mr. Isaac worked in a small criminal defense firm where he developed the skills to handle trial-level cases, revocations and appeals. Mr. Isaac has successfully completed trials that resulted in acquittals, held revocation hearings that did not result in revocation, and has argued several pre-trial suppression motions. He certainly has a reputation of fighting for his clients’ rights and negotiating excellent resolutions.
Finally, in his free time, Mr. Isaac enjoys reading, watching Marquette basketball and rooting for Chicago sports. He is a Milwaukee resident and lives with his wife and cat.