JAMES CLAY, American Lawyer, Partner of LINDNER & MARSACK, S.C., specializing in the field of "Update on Divorce Law," September, 1981; Whitefish Bay High School, legal class, "Criminal Law," 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982; State Bar of Wisconsin Fall Convention, "Mediation in Divorce," and "Update on Family Law Cases," September, 1983; Wisconsin State Bar, Advance Training Seminar, Continuing Legal Education, "Martial Agreements," Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin, October, 1984; Law Education Institute, "Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act and Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act," Vail, Colorado, January, 1985; Milwaukee Bar Association, "Understanding the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act and the Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act," March, 1985. Court Commissioner, City of Milwaukee, 1975—. Member, Panel of Arbitrators, American Arbitration Association. Member: Milwaukee Junior, Milwaukee and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Wisconsin (Member, Board of Attorneys Professional Responsibility, 1975—; Director, Family Law Section, 1982—); Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (Treasurer, 1978, Vice President, 1979 and President, 1980-1981, Wisconsin Chapter).
CLAY, JAMES was born on January 17, 1937 in Racine, Wisconsin, United States.
University of Wisconsin-Madison (Bachelor of Science, 1959). University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Master of Science, 1965). Marquette University (Juris Doctor, 1976).
Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Delta Kappa. Member, The Order of Barristers.
Working as a partner of LINDNER & MARSACK, S.C. Admitted to the bar, 1976, Wisconsin.
Racine County and American Bar Associations. State Bar of Wisconsin.