Mitchell A. Routh joined the firm as an associate in 2008 and is admitted to practice law in Wisconsin and Minnesota State Courts, and also Wisconsin Federal Courts. He became a partner in the firm in 2012. Mitch graduated from Maple Northwestern High School in 1997 and attended the University of Wisconsin-Superior where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in English and History with honors in 2001. He graduated from William Mitchell College of Law earning his J.D. in 2007.
Mitch has practiced in a wide variety of legal areas, including drafting wills, estate plans, trusts, worked on probate matters, and handles family law, creditor-debtor, bankruptcy, real estate law, employment law, personal injury, criminal law, business law, and appellate practice.
Mitch has represented a wide variety of clients including financial institutions, consumers, insurance companies, injured persons, and municipalities. Mitch’s legal experience has included successfully arguing a case before the Minnesota Court of Appeals and assisting clients in developing plans and procedures under the new federal consumer protection red flag rules. He has a strong passion for research and writing, and has used these skills in assisting clients in various appellate matters, drafting a wide variety of legal documents, and handling transactional matters.
Mitch is an active member and a former President of the Douglas County Bar Association.
Mitch was raised and grew up in Douglas County and is pleased to be practicing in his hometown region. He is an active officer of the Elk's Lodge #403 in Superior, Wisconsin.