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Overview

With a natural curiosity that helps her ferret out every relevant fact, Anne represents clients in commercial litigation.

Anne knew she wanted to spend her career in an industry where she could help people, and she sees law as a truly client-centric profession. She chose litigation for the opportunity to solve clients’ problems and regularly handles a wide variety of commercial matters, drafting pleadings, motions and discovery documents; analyzing legal questions; and counseling clients. Anne is known for her writing skills, which can set a case up for victory at the pleading stage, and for her enthusiasm for the investigative phase of trial preparation.

Thanks to her lifelong love of learning, Anne is especially passionate about investigating cases, digging for useful facts and piecing together winning arguments. She also enjoys learning as much as possible about client companies and their industries, and she places a high priority on understanding client needs.

Known for her excellent listening skills, Anne has a reputation for empathy: she knows how difficult litigation can be for companies and individuals, and she strives to make the process as painless as possible.


Services

Education

  • J.D., Marquette University Law School
    • cum laude
    • CALI Awards: Legal Analysis, Writing and Research; Appellate Writing and Advocacy; Alternative Dispute Resolution; and The First Amendment
  • B.A., Marquette University
    • Burke Scholar, with 1200 hours of community service

Admissions

  • Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association, Membership Committee
  • Milwaukee Bar Association
  • Wisconsin Bar Association
Experience
  • Draft pleadings, motions and discovery in commercial litigation cases and trust and estates disputes.
  • Conducted pretrial conferences and municipal trials as a prosecutor for the Village of Whitefish Bay.
  • Research and draft memoranda, analyzing legal issues and counseling clients.
  • Represent clients in a variety of proceedings, including pretrial conferences, hearings, mediations and supplemental examinations.
  • Conduct factual investigations, including witness interviews, document review and deposition preparation.
Outside the Office

As a Wisconsinite, Anne loves the great outdoors.

She and her family enjoy downhill skiing in the winter both at home and in Colorado, as well as spending time by the lake in the summer. Anne also enjoys biking and playing tennis with her husband. The couple have a very energetic poodle puppy, Birdie, who requires as many walks as possible.

When she has time away, Anne loves to travel. She thinks her favorite place ever visited may be Cape Town, South Africa, where she studied abroad, but she also loves the mountains of Colorado, and anywhere in Europe.

Community Leadership

Anne serves as a mentor through the Eastern District of Wisconsin Bar Association, which pairs attorneys with local high school students.

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