Bryce M. Miller
Lucas D. Wilson
Lucas D. Wilson joined the CBS&H Team after his work representing clients in the Twin Cities legal market received attention from his colleagues. Lucas has a successful trial record in a wide range of cases-from high-profile criminal cases to high-stakes civil lawsuits. Lucas also represents individuals and business interests in family law, real estate, and creditor remedies. Lucas has a reputation of outpacing the competition with hard work and going the extra mile to provide delicate client care. Lucas's track record in courtrooms throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin generate referrals from past clients, former professional athletes, police officers, other attorneys, and retired judges. In today's legal environment, Lucas's dynamic practice, unique ability to effectively communicate with clients from all walks of life, and professional experience as a small business owner enables him to deliver results and zealous advocacy to his clients.
Lucas is a Korean adoptee who was raised in Menomonie, Wisconsin. Lucas and his wife Jamie (+3 girls) enjoy staying active¬¬--either around home challenging themselves with endless home improvement projects or quality time spent on the water (designated as Lucas's "water therapy"). Similar to his diverse practice, Lucas has an array of interests outside of work such as hunting, competitive running, travel, and water sports. Lucas and his wife have a newfound passion of bringing people together to bond community and get more kids on the water. The Wilson family is actively creating a mission to achieve this goal by donating hours on their boat (and if you're lucky, Jamie as boat captain) and sharing their testimony. This work also requires various partnerships with local non-profits and calling other local boat owners to do the same!
- University of St. Thomas School of Law, Minneapolis, Minnesota
- J.D. -2010
- University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
- B.S. -2007
- Minnesota, 2010
- Wisconsin, 2007
- U.S. District Court District of Minnesota, 2010