Thomas A. Camilli Jr.
Kenosha Civil Ligation Lawyer
Thomas A. Camilli, Jr. is one of Godin Geraghty Puntillo Camilli, SC’s shareholders and a prominent Kenosha civil litigation attorney. Tom’s philosophy is that an attorney-client relationship should be a partnership. Many legal professionals leave their clients out of the loop, leaving people to sit and wait, unsure of what is happening, until their attorney calls to tell them whether or not the case was a success. Tom works closely with the people coming to him for help so that they have a solid understanding of what is going on with their case.
Skilled Attorney, Respected Citizen
Tom graduated with distinction from Notre Dame Law School in 2001. For the past 15+ years he has thrown himself into his work, litigating several business and corporate transactions as well.
Attorney Thomas A. Camilli’s experience includes:
- Corporate/business transactions
- Residential and commercial real estate transactions
- Estate planning
- Probate and guardianships
- General civil litigation
Tom strives to provide quality, affordable service to people seeking his services. Many people in Kenosha have come to know Tom from his work as an instructor at the College of Businesses Management at Cardinal Stich University and Concordia University. His teachings on business law and business ethics are a clear example of his knowledge and competency in business and civil litigation.
Additionally, Tom was recently invited to lecture before the Kenosha County Bar Association regarding changes in federal bankruptcy law that came about from the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. Tom’s work has given a new generation of attorneys a better understanding of the complicated world of business litigation.
St. Norbert College (1998)
- B.A. Psychology and Philosophy, Summa Cum Laude
University of Notre Dame Law School (2001)
- Law Degree, Cum Laude
Kenosha County Bar Association
- CLE seminar on changes to the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005
- Kenosha and Wisconsin Bar Associations
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA)
- Racine/Kenosha Estate Planning Council
- College of Business and Management with Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee
- Concordia University in Kenosha
Carroll University in Waukesha
- Introduction to Law course