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Phillip Stamman, a partner of Southworth and Stamman, graduated Cum Laude from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, MN. Phillip Stamman is admitted to practice law in Minnesota and Wisconsin. During law school, Phillip worked for the Immigration Clinic where he filed applications to USCIS on behalf of Immigrants and represented people in deportation hearings.
During the summers of 2009-2011, Phillip clerked for the District Attorney's Office in Mauston, Juneau County, WI. In the fall of 2012, Phillip headed the Juneau County Diversion Program, an intensive program dedicated to young, first-time offenders, giving them an opportunity to avoid a criminal conviction upon completion of the program.
Growing up the son of a missionary, Phillip had the advantage of being able to travel overseas and spend time working at feeding centers and orphanages. Seeing these disadvantaged communities inspired Phillip to help others in need.
Currently, Phillip Stamman a partner of Southworth and Stamman, focusing on the areas of criminal defense, estate planning, GAL work and nonprofit law. Attorney Phillip Stamman is licensed to practice law in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
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University of St. Thomas School of Law, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Past Employment Positions