Riley W. Sexton is a law graduate associate with Foley & Lardner LLP. Riley is based in the firm’s Milwaukee office where he is a member of the firm’s Finance Practice. Riley is not admitted to practice law in any state.
Prior to Foley, Riley was a legal intern for the honorable Richard W. Goldberg with the United States Court of International Trade where Riley conducted research, prepared memoranda, drafted supporting materials for the administrative review of antidumping duties, researched and analyzed cases involving disputes over United States Customs and Border Protection tariff classifications subject to the United States Harmonized Tariff Schedule, researched sentencing guidelines and prepared for sentencing following trial in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama.
Riley was a clinic law student practitioner with the University of Iowa College of Law Legal Clinic and worked directly with clients on immigration matters, conducted research, represented clients in court, led team meetings regarding cases and achieved guardianship of a minor in Iowa District Court, relating to Special Immigrant Juvenile Application.
Riley was also a volunteer communications officer in Honduras and spent time managing all official external communication for a home of 350 at risk youth and 100 staff members, improved the internal wiki system and intranet used by international fundraising organizations and conducted long form interviews with local community members, staff and children.
Additionally, Riley was a staff assistant for a local law firm as well as a legislative intern for the United States Senate, Office of Senator Amy Klobuchar.
Riley is not admitted to practice law in any state.