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Although she knew she wanted to be an attorney from a young age, Amy also recognized the importance of understanding how client businesses work.

During college, Amy worked with the American Civil Liberties Union, where she collaborated with several lawyers. She credits that internship with solidifying her resolution to become an attorney and building an affinity for client contact in a fast-paced environment, a love which steered her toward a litigation practice.

After majoring in economics as an undergraduate at Saint Louis University, Amy knew she wanted to return home for her legal education. At the University of Wisconsin Law School, she served as a managing editor of the Wisconsin Law Review, an honor that offered her solid experience working with a large group of people who each shaped elements that came together to form a final product. That work gave her an even greater appreciation of the value of being organized, detail-oriented and deadline-focused in her work.

Amy understands that one of the most exciting aspects of being an attorney is the ability to work on behalf of people who may not have access to legal resources. She looks forward to helping guide clients through the legal process.

A native of Kenosha, Amy is excited to continue her career close to her family.



  • J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School
    • magna cum laude
    • Wisconsin Law Review, Managing Editor
    • Moot Court Board, Treasurer
  • B.S., Saint Louis University Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business
    • summa cum laude
    • Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society
    • Amicus Curiae Pre-Law Society, president


  • Wisconsin

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • State Bar of Wisconsin
Outside the Office

Amy loves cooking and baking, going out to fun restaurants and downhill skiing at sites across the state of Wisconsin.

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