Governor Names Andrea Will As Next Dodge County District Attorney

(Juneau) The governor Wednesday announced his appointment for the vacant Dodge County district attorney position. Tony Evers named Andrea Will to the post, filling the vacancy created when former district attorney Kurt Klomberg resigned.

She will serve the remainder of the unexpired term that ends in January of 2025. Will has been an assistant district attorney in the Waukesha County District Attorney’s Office since 2008 and will relocate to Dodge County.

The governor’s office says Will prosecuted a wide variety of cases, ranging from traffic violations to misdemeanors to violent felonies. She has been the lead attorney on more than 25 jury trials including homicide, attempted homicide, arson, domestic violence, and white-collar crime cases.

The governor called Will a well-respected attorney whose experience, dedication, and leadership will make her an excellent district attorney for the people of Dodge County.

Waukesha County DA Susan Opper says Will has dedicated her entire legal career to public safety and seeking justice for crime victims.

Will says she is honored to have been chosen. Noting her experience and legal expertise, she believes she will lead with the confidence and integrity necessary to build strong working relationships with law enforcement and keep the community safe.

Will is a graduate of Wake Forest University and Marquette University Law School. She was part of the committee that established the Waukesha County Drug Treatment Court, which began in 2012. Will was also an active team member on the drug treatment court from its founding through 2019, serving as the prosecution representative.