|Current Court Information:|
|Dane County Circuit Court, Wisconsin|
|Appointed by:||Gov. Jim Doyle|
|Preceded by:||Robert A. DeChambeau|
|Undergraduate:||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|Law School:||University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1978|
|Candidate for:||Dane County Circuit Court|
|Election information 2014:|
John W. Markson is a circuit court judge for the Dane County Circuit Court in Wisconsin. He was appointed by then Gov. Jim Doyle on June 27, 2007 to replace retiring Judge Robert A. DeChambeau. In 2008, Markson ran unopposed and was re-elected for a term that will expire in 2014. He is running for re-election to the Dane County Circuit Court in 2014.
| Markson is running for re-election to the Dane County Circuit Court.
General: He will be unopposed in the general election on April 1, 2014.
Prior his appointment to the Dane County Circuit Court, Markson was a shareholder in Bell, Gierhart & Moore, which he joined as an associate in 1984. Before this, he was a partner in Stafford, Rosenbaum, Rieser & Hansen. Markson began his legal career as a law clerk to Justice William G. Callow at the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
- Circuit Court Statistical Reports
- Dane County Circuit Court
- Channel 3000, "Judge tosses cops' collective bargaining suit," October 23, 2013
- Portage Daily Register, "Judge: Treatment court should take on tough cases," September 4, 2013
- Dane County
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- Martindale.com, "Judge Profile: John W. Markson," accessed November 20, 2013
- Wisconsin Lawyer, "In the News," July 2008