- 2014 State Bar of Wisconsin
- Loras College, B.A., 2011; magna cum laude
- All-American Attorney, Mock Trial Association, 2011
- University of Wisconsin Law School, J.D., 2014
- Member of Mock Trial Team
- Member of Moot Court Team
- State Bar of Wisconsin
- American Bar Association
John Healy was born and raised in Neenah, WI. John obtained a B.S. magna cum laude, from Loras College in 2011. During his four years as an undergraduate, John was a member of the nationally ranked mock trial team. In 2011, John was recognized as an All-American Attorney by the American Mock Trial Association and captained a team that finished as one of the top undergraduate mock trial teams in the country.
John earned his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin in May, 2014. During law school, John was a member of both the Mock trial and Moot Court teams and assisted in coaching middle school mock trial. Prior to joining Corneille Law Group in 2014, John worked as a law clerk for DiRenzo & Bomier in Neenah and Axley Brynelson in Madison. John works mainly in areas of personal injury defense and medical malpractice. He is a member of the Corneille Law Group Madison medical negligence team which garnered a first tier ranking by U.S. News and World Report: Best Law Firms® for medical malpractice defense in 2016.
Outside of work, John enjoys reading, traveling, spending time with family and friends, and cheering on Wisconsin sports teams.
- “Recent Decision Puts Brakes on Runaway Copyright Infringement Litigation,” Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal, Spring 2017
- “Assembly Bill 143 Provides State Regulation of Rideshare Companies Including Additional Insurance Requirements,” www.corneillelaw.com, May 2015
- “Wisconsin Supreme Provides a Narrow Interpretation of “Owner” Under the Dog Bite Statute,” www.corneillelaw.com, January 2015
- “Identifying Cyber Risks and Protecting Health Care Organizations from Data Breaches,” www.corneillelaw.com, October 2014
- “Providing Initial Defense for Insured’s in Cases Where Coverage is Questionable Can Provide Insurers with Procedural Leverage to Later Disclaim its Duty to Defend,” www.corneillelaw.com, September 2014