Nicole Williams Buttery is an associate attorney at DeWitt practicing in the areas of family law and guardianships. She also accepts Guardian ad Litem appointments. Her legal experience includes representing clients in various stages of divorce proceedings and third-party visitation cases. She performs research, drafts motions and letters to adverse parties, orders and other relevant materials throughout all stages of divorce proceedings. In addition to her legal experience, Nicole also has experience as a Section Coordinator for the State Bar of Wisconsin where she worked directly with Bar leadership to advance the mission of the bar through successful development, delivery and management of innovated and valuable programs, services and events.
While in law school, Nicole represented clients in their family law matters under the supervision of clinical attorneys in the Remington Center's Family Law Project. She spent a summer interning with a litigation firm in California and also interned at the Dane County Circuit Court with Judge John W. Markson.
She has participated in a number of organizations including the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender and Society and has volunteered through Court Appointed Special Advocates. She was the Secretary of the Children's Justice Project (2013-2014), and also volunteered at the Veterans Law Clinic.
- 2013 recipient of the Wisconsin Chapter for Family Law, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.