Attorney Nick Passe has been serving the people and organizations of southwest Wisconsin since 2006. He has been repeatedly recognized by other attorneys and judges for his ethics, professionalism and legal skills.
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Courthouse mural art from the Odin Oyen Studios depicting the ideals of righteousness, justice, equality and liberty. These paintings, the originals of which are roughly 24"x18" each, were likely used in proposals for designing one or more courthouse buildings. The Odin Oyen Studios business operated from the 1890s until the early 1930s in La Crosse and designed the interiors of public buildings from Montana to Illinois. Attorney Passe acquired ~120 works created by the Odin Oyen Studios in 2017 and allowed Murphy Library on the UW-La Crosse Campus to digitize these images to go along with the State Historical Society's much larger Odin Oyen collection. The WSHS Oyen collection is available for viewing in the Special Collections Room at Murphy Library and Attorney Passe's Oyen Collection can be viewed online here. These paintings were done by Axle Edward Soderberg, chief designer at Oyen's studio until his death in 1922.
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Passe Law Office News:
April 28, 2019 - Attorney Passe is honored with the Mike Moen Award
for outstanding service in his 7 years on the Coulee Council on
Addictions Board of Directors. Nick is concluding his second full term
on the board in June.
April 2019 - Attorney Passe's recently-acquired collection of ~120 Odin Oyen Studios works is digitized by the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Murphy Library and published online. Attorney Passe donated the original design sketches for the 3rd La Crosse County Courthouse (drawn c.1904) are loaned to La Crosse County for long-term display in the lobbies outside the courtrooms in the current (5th) courthouse. Odin Oyen was a La Crosse-based artist from approximately 1888 until his death in 1926. At its peak, his studio employed around 25 craftspeople and worked with architects across the midwest designing the interiors of many public buildings including courthouses, churches, theaters and businesses, many of which were later placed on national and state historic registries.
April 2019 - Attorney Passe joins the Bethany St. Joseph's Corporation Board of Directors.
December 2018 - Attorney Passe is recognized as a Wisconsin SuperLawyers Magazine Rising Star for the fourth time (including each of the past 3 years)