Randall Garczynski

Randall R. Garczynski — spent most of his adult and professional life in Walworth County, the home territory of John Fox Potter, and the geographic heart of Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District. He was born and educated in Wisconsin; received a BS in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with majors in History and philosophy, and JD in Law from Marquette University. He has taught at the secondary and collegiate levels, and as an attorney tried cases in State and Federal courts and argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court. He has had articles published by the Wisconsin Bar Associations professional periodical and presented at a number of professional education seminars; including most recently one titled; “The Ethical Expert Witness — An Oxymoron?” He took a brief sabbatical from Wisconsin to pursue a Le Cordon Bleu Degree from the Scottsdale Culinary Institute, Arizona; plied his culinary skills as a chef at Deer Valley in Park City, Utah and work at various venues at the Sundance Film Festival. Upon return to Wisconsin Mr. Garczynski continues to practice law, representing professional educators in employment law matters and pursues his interest in local and regional history.