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Overview

An award-winning paralegal, Joslyn assists attorneys and clients on a wide array of litigation matters across sectors.

Joslyn is experienced in all phases of the litigation process at the state, federal and appellate court levels. She has a strong understanding of case management, with an emphasis on matters involving large and complex document productions. Joslyn assists attorneys at all stages of the litigation process, from initial investigation through trial. Client matters she facilitates include:

  • Commercial litigation
  • Insurance defense
  • Personal injury
  • Product liability
  • Intellectual property
  • Bankruptcy and foreclosure

She is highly skilled in the use of trial software and presentation programs. Joslyn is dedicated to providing exceptional client service by consistently updating her skills and knowledge.


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Recognition

  • Wisconsin Law Journal, Unsung Hero, 2018

Education

  • Associate's Degree, Madison Area Technical College
    • Paralegal Studies
Experience
  • Assisted trial team that won summary judgment in a copyright infringement suit that hinged on whether volunteers for a professional organization were agents under the “work made for hire” doctrine.
  • Assisted legal team in obtaining 4-1 win in Wisconsin Supreme Court in Enbridge Energy Co. v. Dane County, which held that local government exceeded scope of its land-use authority when it imposed unlawful conditions on energy pipeline company's zoning permit.
  • Assisted legal team on appeal in Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Stockbridge Munsee Community v. Ho-Chunk Nation, case brought by one American Indian tribe against another over latter's right to conduct gaming under Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. Affirming district court's ruling in favor of Ho-Chunk Nation, Court held that plaintiff-tribe's claim was both outside statutory zone of interests and barred by statute of limitations.
Outside the Office

Joslyn finds beauty in nature.

Joslyn enjoys kayaking, hiking and canoeing. Her love for the great outdoors does not pause during Wisconsin winters; she and her family find the cold temperatures perfect for ice fishing.

Community Leadership

Joslyn supports the fight against cancer.

As a recent survivor, Joslyn devotes time to a variety of organizations that raise awareness and funds to save lives and fight for the cause, including the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center.