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Overview

Linda combines her interests in law and science to support clients in mass tort and product liability matters.

Linda discovered a love of policy near the end of her college years when she interned with the U.S. Senate, conducting research on legislation and working closely with the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. The experience led her to pursue an additional paralegal diploma.

Her studies and ensuing career were a natural fit: Linda enjoys cases and legal questions so much that they often don’t feel like work. She’s excited to dig deeper into the law, research client cases and help legal teams build the foundation for legal strategies.

Linda assists Technology, Manufacturing and Transportation clients and attorneys with mass tort and product liability issues. It’s an excellent fit for her undergraduate biology background, which helps her understand the science behind the cases.


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Education

  • Paralegal Post-Baccalaureate Diploma, Madison Area Technical College
  • B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • Biology
Outside the Office

Linda is a dog lover who enjoys spending time with Arty, a young mixed breed she describes as “quite a handful.” Arty is the sort of dog who believes he weighs 7 pounds, instead of his actual weight of 70.

She’s also a talented baker who can often be found in her kitchen, producing a variety of sweet treats—or simply watching “The Great British Baking Show.”

Community Leadership

Linda works with the U.S. Senate’s internship program through the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, of which she is an alumna. She assists with application review and other recruiting activities.