Adam Vanderheyden

Associate

Adam Vanderheyden

Associate

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Adam Vanderheyden is an associate with the Litigation Team at Rohde Dales. Adam’s practice focuses on personal injury and wrongful death cases, insurance disputes, commercial law matters, and real estate disputes. Adam is driven to secure the best possible outcome for his clients and prides himself in doing so. While not practicing law, Adam enjoys spending time outdoors golfing, fishing, hiking, and especially relaxing.
Adam was a standout member of Marquette Law School’s National and Intermural Moot Court Teams. He was also a leader in Marquette Law’s academic and student support programs, where he facilitated supplemental learning and presented about best practices for class and final examination preparation for first year students.
EDUCATION

  • J.D., cum laude, Marquette University, 2020
  • B.A., University of Wisconsin Parkside, 2017

ADMISSIONS

  • State Bar of Wisconsin, 2020
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin

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