A Reputable Law Firm in Appleton, WI

Pitsch Law Offices, LLC is a reliable legal practice that focuses on handling DUI/OWI, civil, and criminal cases. Since our inception, we have been helping a wide range of clients navigate the complexities of the law, obtaining for them the most favorable result possible for their situation.

Our team has the knowledge and experience to ensure that your rights are protected and your voice is heard in court. We will not stop until we have done everything we can to exhaust your legal options, and we’ll work hard to deliver for you the justice that you deserve.

About Atty. Eric Pitsch

From his humble beginnings, Atty. Pitsch’s practice eventually progressed and other firms started to take notice of him. After being recruited to another law firm, Eric’s practice kept on growing. This led him to open his own practice and use his skills to serve more people.

Cases Handled

  • Battery
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Drug Offenses
  • Felony
  • Gun Offenses
  • Misdemeanor
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Theft Offenses
  • Violent Crimes

Eric was born and raised in the Appleton area. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point where he majored in Psychology. He completed his Postgraduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee majoring in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Counseling Psychology, while earning a Masters of Science degree. After that, he attended Oxford University where he studied International Law and Eric completed his education at Western Michigan University where he earned his Juris Doctor degree. In addition to practicing law, Eric is an acknowledged researcher, author, and adjunct college professor. As an instructor for Cardinal Stritch University, Eric taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Business Law, Ethics, Psychology of Business, and Statistics.

Areas of Practice

Bar Admissions

  • Wisconsin Supreme Court
  • Wisconsin Circuit Courts
  • U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court - Western District of Wisconsin

Education

  • Western Michigan University - Juris Doctorate - Litigation
  • Oxford University, England - Magdeline Collge - International Comparative Criminal Law
  • University of Wisconsin - Milwuakee - Masters Degree - Counseling Psychology
  • University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point – Psychology

Published Works

  • Hypnosis and the Law. Doctoral Thesis, Western Michigan University, Unpublished, 2001
  • Effects of Locus of Control, Hypnotizability, Transcript Type, and Gender on Vividness, E. Pitsch, M. Sapp, RL McNeely, Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis, 22(1)., 2001

Classes/Seminars

  • Business Law, Cardinal Stritch University
  • Business Ethics, Cardinal Stritch University
  • Legal & Ethical Issues For Managers, Cardinal Stritch University
  • Wage, Salary & Benefits Administration, Cardinal Stritch University
  • Negotiation & Dispute Resolution, Cardinal Stritch University
  • Faculty Website, University Of Phoenix
  • Presentation on Worker's Compensation, Career Options, Inc.
  • People With Mental Illness And Their Struggles Through The Legal System, National Alliance For The Mentally Ill (NAMI)
  • Lawyers, Mental Health Professional & The Legal System: A look at the professionals who work within the legal system, hypnosis as a scientific tool, and sexual abuse., 1st Books Library. Bloomington, In, 2003 - Present
  • Hypnosis and the Law. Doctoral Thesis, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 2001 - Present
  • Effects of Locus of Control, Hypnotizability, Transcript Type, and Gender on Vividness of Imagination, Hypnotic Depth, and Inner Subjective Experience of Automaticity, (Co-Author), Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis, 22(1)., 2001 - Present Alert Hypnosis and Attention Deficit, (Co-Author)
  • Hypnotizability, Locus of Control, and Hypnotic Scripting. Master’s Thesis, Department of Education, (Co-Author), Golda Meir
  • Hypnotizability, Locus of Control, and Hypnotic Scripting, and Gender, (Co-Author), 11th Annual School of Education Research Conference- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1999
  • Hypnotizability: Locus of Control, Direct and Indirect Hypnosis, (Co-Author), 107th Annual Convention- Boston, American Psychological Association, 1999
  • Hypnosis, Automaticity, Involuntariness, and Nonvolitional Responding, (Co-Author), 107th Annual Convention- Boston, American Psychological Association, 1999
  • Hypnotic and Nonvolitional Responding, (Co-Author), 10th Annual School of Education Research Conference- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1998
  • Hypnotic and Nonvolitional Responding: Quantitative and Qualitative Data., (Co-Author), 106th Annual Convention- San Francisco, American Psychological Association, 1998
  • General Dissociation Scale: A DSM-IV Measure of Dissociation, (Co-Author), 1998
  • Motivation and Meaningful Coincidence: A Further Examination of Synchronicity. Journal of Scientific Exploration, 11(4)(4)., (Co-Author), 1995

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Wisconsin State Bar Association, Member
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Outagamie County Bar Association, Member
  • Federalist Society, Member
  • Attorneys' Title Guarantee, Member
  • Attorneys' Title Guarantee, Shareholder
  • Rotary International - Appleton West
  • Cambridge Who's Who 2002-2003

Special Appointments

  • Calumet County Substitute Corporation Counsel
  • Commitments & Guardianships

Other Recognitions

  • The Post-Crescent - Meet Inc. Innovator -Firm Spotlight
  • Super Lawyer - 2013 Rising Star - Top 2% of Attorneys Nationwide
  • The National Advocacy for DUI Defense, LLC (NAFDD) - Superior DUI Attorney - Nationally Ranked - Top 100