Mitch Moser is not a runner.
Having run longer than 3 miles only once in his life before August of 2016, Mitch got mixed up with the wrong crowd and completed his first marathon in January of 2017. After taking an immediate two month hiatus from all physical activities, he was signed up for the World Marathon Challenge without his knowledge.
Mitch has practiced product liability litigation at Quarles & Brady LLP since 1991. Should he make it to the starting line of the 2018 World Marathon Challenge, he would be merely the second Quarles attorney to participate in the Challenge – his partner Sarah Ames successfully completed the 2016 World Marathon Challenge (and has been far too polite to let him know that he may be ill-suited for such an event).
Mitch focuses his community service activities on youth development and engagement, though his history of involvement might have portended a penchant for punishing endurance activities. He has served as an advisor of Nivayim AZA, a BBYO (high school youth group) chapter since its inception 25 years ago. He has served on the Camp Committee of Camp Interlaken JCC in Eagle River, Wisconsin for much of the last 25 years (excepting term limits), and recently became Camp Committee Chair. For 15 years he coordinated and ran the Milwaukee Bar Association’s middle school tutoring program, recruiting and matching up volunteer attorneys with struggling middle school students for weekly one-on-one tutoring assistance throughout the school year. He has also served as Campaign Chair and organized and implemented an 18-month Young Leadership Development program at the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.
Mitch lives in Milwaukee with his (baffled) wife and (startled) three sons.