Attorney Dave Lanser earned a law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School and is barred in both Louisiana and Wisconsin.
Prior to joining the Law Office of William Most, Mr. Lanser worked for the Louisiana Civil Justice Center, a statewide legal non-profit where he assisted and represented clients in a wide variety of legal matters including custody issues, divorce, protective orders, successions, and other issues. He also managed a legal assistance hotline providing legal support to people in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
In law school, Mr. Lanser was a member of the Neighborhood Law Clinic where he gained experience representing individuals in evictions, workplace discrimination claims, and similar issues. He was also the Senior Note & Comment Editor and published author for the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society where he was awarded the Katherine Held Memorial Award for service to the journal.
Mr. Lanser also has experience working with the Environmental Protection Agency, the New Orleans City Attorney's Office, the Hazard Mitigation Grant Programs for both Louisiana and New York, the St. Cloud Times copy desk, Habitat for Humanity, Americorps, and the Appalachia Service Project.
State of Louisiana
State of Wisconsin