Daniel D. Hannula is a graduate of Marquette University and Marquette University Law School. Beginning his practice in 1975, Dan was a prosecutor for the U.S. Navy J.A.G. Corps, and later a special assistant with the U.S. Attorney’s office in Portland, Maine. Dan is a member of the American Association for Justice and the Wisconsin Bar Association, and is admitted to practice in Wisconsin and before the U.S. Supreme Court. He is a member, and currently serves on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, of the Wisconsin Association for Justice.

Dan Hannula as well as being a former federal prosecutor, was a trial attorney for the Wisconsin DOT in Condemnation matters for over a decade. He then switched to represent landowners and appealed the Landmark Case of Miesen V DOT, 226 WIS. 2D 298, 594 N.W.2D 821 (CT APP. 1999). This case guaranteed reimbursement payments to landowners for their expenses in getting appraisal services.

Education:
Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee Wisconsin
Marquette University

Professional Association and Memberships:
American  Association for Justice
Wisconsin Bar Association
Wisconsin Association of Justice