Christopher Hinkfuss grew up in Green Bay attending Premontre High School and the University of Wisconsin graduating with a Mechanical Engineering degree in 1988. Christopher then worked as an engineer with the Westinghouse Electric Corporation prior to returning to the University of Wisconsin Law School and obtaining his law degree in 1995.

Christopher is an experienced courtroom attorney successfully representing clients in Brown and surrounding counties and obtaining favorable verdicts or settlements. His representation focuses on listening to his clients’ needs and effectively communicating their options so they may make informed decisions for themselves, their families, or their businesses. Christopher represents clients in many areas of law including:

 

Personal Injury/Accidents
Criminal Law
Drunk Driving/OWI
Traffic Citations
Family Law/Divorce
Probate and Wills
Real Estate
Business & Incorporation

 

Currently, Christopher is the contact attorney for members of the Bay Lakes United Educators and Green Bay Education Association. Christopher is a former adjunct professor of business law at the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. He is also an active member of the Wisconsin Association for Justice, the Robert J. Parins Inns of Court, the Wisconsin Bar Association and the Brown County Bar Association. In addition to the State of Wisconsin, Christopher has been admitted to practice law in the Western and Eastern Districts of Wisconsin.

Christopher finds his practice rewarding in that it gives him the opportunity to help his community. He is a former member of the United Way Contribution Committee, the Olde Main Street Bid Board in Green Bay, and a legal volunteer for the Commission on Aging. Christopher was a presenter at the 2009 Wisconsin Hmong Annual Conference: How Hmong Culture Conflicts with the Law.  In addition, he and Attorney Shawn Thao were recipients of the 2011 Most Charitable Business Award from the Hmong 18 Council of Wisconsin.

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