Attorney Bruce Harnitz opened Harnitz Law Office, LLC in Oshkosh, where he was born and raised. He has since helped many individuals and organizations navigate a wide range of complex legal issues. He values being part of the community and looks for any opportunity to get more involved.
Bruce’s background includes a bachelor’s degree in business economics from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Bruce was a Dean’s list student and was involved in multiple seminars, projects and activities including time abroad in Aalborg, Denmark studying International Business.
Bruce’s legal career began when he moved to Madison to attend the University of Wisconsin Law School. He was a board member of the International Law Society as well as a participant in an International Moot Court Competition in Hong Kong, China. In the latter Bruce received an award for his oral advocacy and an award, along with his colleagues, for both briefs they submitted, a first for the University of Wisconsin. In law school Bruce also spent time living in The Hague, Netherlands to study international law from some of the world’s leading experts in several of the world’s leading international courts.
Bruce’s work experience includes a position in London, England at the International Bar Association (IBA), the world’s leading organization of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies. He also worked at David F. Grams and Associates, a Madison law firm where he was involved in multiple cases ranging from issues surrounding corporate formations to contract disputes.
In his free time Bruce enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, staying involved in the community and spending time outdoors. He is particularly interested in hunting, fishing and hiking.
- Juris Doctor – University of Wisconsin Law School
- Bachelor Business Administration (Economics) – University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
- International Business – University of Aalborg, Denmark
- International Law – Asser Institute of The Hague, Netherlands