James L. O'Connor

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James L. O'Connor (1858–1931) was the Wisconsin Attorney General 1891-1895.

Born in Hartford, Wisconsin, O'Connor graduated from University of Wisconsin Law School. He served as city attorney for Madison, Wisconsin and then district attorney of Dane County, Wisconsin. After serving as Wisconsin Attorney General, O'Connor moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he continued to practice law.[1]


  1. ^ James L. O'Connor, Wisconsin Historical Society. Wisconsinhistory.org. Retrieved on 2016-01-22.
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Preceded by
Charles E. Estabrook
Attorney General of Wisconsin
Succeeded by
William H. Mylrea