Storm was born and raised in La Crosse, Wisconsin. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English Rhetoric and Writing from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School where he served as an articles editor on the Wisconsin Law Review, a 3L representative on the Student Bar Association, and as a liaison between the law school and the American Bar Association.
Prior to joining Bell, Moore & Richter, Storm served as a judicial intern to the Honorable William Conley at the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin as well as to the Honorable Ann Walsh Bradley at the Wisconsin Supreme Court. He also served as an intern at the Wisconsin Department of Justice Consumer Protection & Antitrust Unit.
Storm advises and represents clients on a diverse range of civil issues including labor and employment law, legal services, and general liability defense. He is licensed to practice law in all Wisconsin state courts as well as the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin.
Restoring the voluntary intoxication defense in Wisconsin would help promote due process without making it likely that defendants would evade responsibility for committing crimes for which intent is an element. (Read more - Article by Storm B. Larson)