About John Wilson

John Wilson

Professional Experience:

  • Principal Wilson Law Office, P.C. – 1998-2003, 2005, 2008 to present
  • Overseas move to Switzerland – 2006-2008
  • Partner Cline, Close, Dyer, Gambrell and Wilson, PLC – 2003-05

Professional Qualifications:

  • University of Toledo College of Law, Juris Doctorate, 1993
  • Alma College, Bachelor’s Degree in Business and History (pre-law), 1990
  • Member: State Bar of Michigan (Family Law and Criminal Defense Sections), State Bar of Tennessee, Midland County Bar Association, Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan
  • Admitted to practice law in the State of Michigan, State of Tennessee, United States Federal District Court – Eastern District (Michigan)

Notable Accomplishments:

  • Served as a public defender for Midland County, handling thousands of cases and conducting numerous trials
  • Has achieved a full acquittal on every felony jury trial conducted
  • Chosen by Midland County to represent indigent clients of neglect/abuse and juvenile delinquency – a first-time appointment made by the Probate Court
  • Family Law Certification – ICLE

Public Service:

Present:

  • Alma College Board of Trustees
  • Alma College Learning Commons Fundraiser – Chair
  • Home to Stay-Board Member
  • Midland Area Community Foundation – Foundation Directed Fund Committee
  • Big Give-Founder

Past:

  • The Legacy Center for Community Success current President
  • Windover High School Board of Directors current Treasurer
  • Cancer Services Board, past member
  • Literacy Council Board, past President
  • Arnold Center Board of Directors, past member
  • Voluntary Action Center “Ask a Lawyer” program participant
  • Leadership Midland participant and Steering Committee, past member
  • Midland Country Club, various committee memberships
  • Eastlawn and Mills elementary schools, “Lunch Box Learners” mentor

Wilson Law Office, P.C. protects you in all your legal matters. Contact us today for a consultation.

Mr. Wilson showed respect for the people he represented and he was a good communicator.
KATHY W., MIDLAND