Jair C. Alvarez2018-07-25T22:46:24+00:00

A winning record. Since 2014 Jair Alvarez has earned a reputation as a persuasive negotiator and potent litigator by delivering excellent legal representation and counsel in southwestern Wisconsin, primarily focusing in business and criminal law.

Attorney Alvarez has represented over 221 clients and has won 15 trials out of 22 litigated in small claims and circuit court (as of June 25, 2018) in addition to 5 complete dismissals of criminal charges.

Attorney Alvarez is certified to practice in the state circuit courts and Western and Eastern District Federal Courts so clients can feel protected against all levels of business lawsuits and criminal charges.  Because Mr. Alvarez is a native Spanish and English speaker, who grew up between San Juan, PR and Madison, WI, he is able to understand cultural perspective and investigate cases first-hand instead of relying on translators.

Attorney Alvarez is a Madison West High School, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and University of Wisconsin Law School alumni. As a student he accumulated hands-on legal experience  at the University of Wisconsin’s Frank J Remington Center, at the Milwaukee Public Defender’s Office, and as a law clerk at Gingras Cates and Luebke S.C., and Cale Plamann LLC.

Jair Alvarez works directly with a network of attorneys spanning the majority of legal fields. If he determines a better attorney is suited for your needs he will refer you to the right attorney free-of-charge.

Why choose Jair Alvarez for your legal needs?

  • Client-oriented, reliable and trust-worthy service.
  • Services provided in English and Spanish.
  • Competitive pricing.
  • Individualized and tailored services for your needs.
  • Provides at-home visits!
  • Investigative and fact-driven legal services.

Call today and ask how Jair Alvarez is the perfect attorney for your needs!

Practice Area
Criminal Law
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