Herrling Clark Law Firm Ltd.
When Your Future is at Stake

Don R. Herrling

Appleton, Wisconsin

Of Counsel
phone 920-739-7366
800-559-7366
fax 920-739-6352

Attorney Don R. Herrling started the firm as a sole practitioner in 1959. His reputation and practice grew steadily and, under his leadership, the firm developed to its present size and stature. Since 1993, he has served "Of Counsel" to the firm.

Bar Admissions:

Wisconsin, 1952

Education:

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 1952
J.D.

University of Wisconsin, 1950
B.S.

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Outagamie County Bar Association
Past-President

State Bar of Wisconsin
Past Member, Secretary, Chairman, Board of Governors

State Bar of Wisconsin
Past-president, Wisconsin Law Foundation

State Bar of Wisconsin
Fee Arbitration Panel; Mediator, Wisconsin Medical Mediation Panels

American Bar Association

American Academy of Trial Lawyers

Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers

United Way
Past-President

YMCA
Past-President

Goodwill Industries, Appleton Library, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, Wisconsin History Foundation, American Judicature Society
Past Board Member

Appleton Office
800 North Lynndale Drive
Appleton, WI
54914-3017
(920) 739-7366
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Green Bay Office
2740 South Oneida Street
Green Bay, WI
54304-5751
(920) 468-7366
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New London Office
105 East Waupaca Street New London, WI
54961-1227
(920) 982-9652
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Oshkosh Office
510 North Koeller Street Oshkosh, WI
54902
(920) 385-0616
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  • Wisconsin Association for Justice
  • State Bar of Wisconsin
  • American Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice
Herrling Clark Law Firm Ltd. is located in Appleton, Wisconsin, and serves clients in Fox Valley, Outagamie County, Brown County, Door County, Kewaunee County, Manitowoc County, Sheboygan County, Fond du Lac County, Calumet County, Winnebago County, including Appleton, New London, Clintonville, Neenah, Oshkosh, DePere, Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Kewaunee, Sturgeon Bay, Marinette, Neenah, Chilton, Menasha, Shawano, Waupaca, Wausau, and Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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