Thomas C. Kamenick

Deputy Counsel and Litigation Manager, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty

Topics: Article I Initiative • Civil Rights • Constitution • Federal Courts • Federalism & Separation of Powers • Federalist Society • First Amendment • Free Speech & Election Law • Law & Economics • Separation of Powers • State Courts • Supreme Court

Mr. Kamenick joined WILL at its founding in the summer of 2011. He graduated magna cum laude from Marquette Law School in 2009. During law school, he interned at the Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court. He also served as an editor of the Marquette Law Review and a volunteer tax preparer.

Prior to joining WILL, Mr. Kamenick worked as a law clerk for Justice Michael J. Gableman on the Wisconsin Supreme Court (2009-2010 term), as a tax consultant for Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren, s.c., and as a research assistant for Marquette Law School’s dean, Joseph Kearney. He is currently on the faculty of Wisconsin Lutheran College, teaching business law.

Mr. Kamenick lives in Saukville with his wife and two children. He enjoys giving back to his community, serving as a member of Saukville’s Public Safety Committee and a board member of Musical Masquers, a theater company based in West Bend. He also performs in community theater and his church’s handbell choirs.


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