Margaret is an attorney in the Milwaukee office of Husch Blackwell, where she focuses on litigation.
Margaret concentrates on representing both claimants and defendants at the trial level. She has experience in all stages of trial level litigation, from initial case evaluation through post-judgment collection. Margaret has prepared extensive motion pleadings and successfully obtained and defended dispositive motions on behalf of her clients. Margaret believes that targeted pretrial motion practice allows clients to leverage the strengths of their cases to secure favorable results.
During law school, Margaret worked as a law intern in the Northern District of Illinois and at the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless. She served as executive editor of the Journal of Law and Social Policy and worked as a research assistant and teaching assistant at Northwestern University School of Law. Margaret also worked as a student lawyer in the MacArthur Justice Center of Northwestern Law’s Bluhm Legal Clinic, where she conducted research, drafted discovery requests and participated in depositions.
Before attending law school, Margaret worked as an assistant paralegal at a boutique litigation law firm in Chicago.