Gregg Herman is a shareholder with the law firm of Loeb & Herman, LLC which practices exclusively Family Law. He is a 1974 graduate of the University of Wisconsin and 1977 graduate of the University of Wisconsin law school.
From 1977-1984, Mr. Herman was an Assistant District Attorney for Milwaukee County, prosecuting nearly 100 jury trials ranging from white-collar crime to First Degree Murder. He joined Leonard Loeb in the practice of family law in October, 1984. He is Board Certified in Family Law Trial Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Law and is a past president of the Wisconsin Chapter.
Mr. Herman is a certified Divorce and Family Mediator by the UW Division of Continued Studies. He is an adjunct faculty member of Marquette Law School where he is teaching a workshop in settlement negotiations in the fall, 2021 semester.
Gregg is the author of two editions of Settlement Negotiation Techniques in Family Law: A Guide to Improved Tactics and Resolution, and four editions of 101+ Practical Solutions for the Family Lawyer, both published by the ABA Family Law Section. Gregg Herman is author of The System Book for Family Law published by the State Bar of Wisconsin and writes a monthly column on family law issues for the Wisconsin Law Journal.
Gregg Herman was chair of the American Bar Association Family Law Section from August, 2007 through August, 2008 and President of the Milwaukee Bar Association from 1998-99. He was also was the Founder of the Cooperative Divorce Institute, Inc. and served as its first chair from 2003-05 and the founder of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. and its first State-wide Chair from 2000-01.
Gregg is active with the Milwaukee Rotary and has served twice as president of the North Shore chapter. He also serves as pro bono attorney on family law issues for the Wisconsin Chapter of the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
In his personal life, Gregg’s passions are his family (including a bunch of adorable grandchildren), the Wisconsin Badgers and his Labrador retriever, not necessarily in that order!