Andrew Yamanaka Belter

Attorney Andrew Yamanaka Belter joined Wisconsin Judicare in 2017 as a Staff Attorney.  Attorney Belter works in the Civil Unit on multiple matters, most specifically landlord/tenant law. 

Professional Involvement:


Education Foundation of Brown Deer - Board of Director
2017
Wisconsin Asian American Bar Association - Board Member
2017

Admissions:


State of Wisconsin
2017
Eastern District of Wisconsin
2017

Education:


J.D. (Juris Doctor) - Marquette University
2017
B.S. (Bachelor of Science) - University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Biology, Economics)
2013

Honors & Awards:


Summa Cum Laude - Biology and Economics 2013
Marquette Law Review
2015-2017
President Marquette Student Animal Legal Defense Fund
2015-2016
President Marquette Asian Law Student Association
2015-2016
Vice President Marquette Public Interest Law Society
2016-2017
Marquette Pro Bono Honors Society 2015-2017

Publications:

Andrew Yamanaka Belter, Industrial Storm Water Permitting: The Auxiliary Facility Confusion and California’s Workable Solution, Special Committee for Young Lawyers, ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources ("SEER”), Fall 2017 Newsletter.

Andrew Yamanaka Belter, Sow Thistle and Garlic Mustard: Exploiting the "Tragedy of the Commons” for Invasive Species Management, Environmental, Energy and Resources Law, ABA Young Lawyers Division, Spring 2017 Newsletter.

Andrew Yamanaka Belter, United States v. Washington, 827 F.3d 836 (9th Cir. 2016), Hydro Power Committee, ABA SEER, Spring 2017 Newsletter.

Andrew Yamanaka Belter, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Attorneys’ Fees: A Guide to the "Prevailing Party”, Special Committee for Young Lawyers, ABA SEER, Spring 2017 Newsletter.

Andrew Yamanaka Belter, The New Testing to "Bee” Implemented: Basic Guidance for Pesticide Professionals, Pesticides, Chemical Regulation, and Right-to-Know, ABA SEER, Winter 2016 Newsletter.

Andrew Yamanaka Belter, Protecting Vulnerable Communities: Make the Penalty Reflect the Importance, Environmental, Energy and Resources Law, ABA Young Lawyers Division, Fall 2016 Newsletter.

Andrew Belter, Congress Must Address Criminal Justice Reform, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 10, 2015.