Milwaukee Personal Injury Attorney
Kate has a wide array of trial experience: from a heavy truck product liability trial in federal court in Texas, to a six-week construction site negligence trial in state court in California, to a two-day trial in Milwaukee County against the bus company. Her blend of empathy and tenacity makes her an effective advocate for her clients in a courtroom.
She does not just fight fiercely for her clients in the courtroom, but during pre-trial litigation as well. She has successfully written appellate briefs to the Supreme Court of California and successfully written and argued briefs before the Appellate Division of New York to support her clients’ ability to pursue justice for the negligence and wrongdoing that caused their injuries.
Kate earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she graduated with cum laude honors and was a recipient of the Dean’s Academic Achievement Award. During her time at the University of Wisconsin Law School, Kate externed for the Honorable JoAnne Kloppenburg of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and was a Managing Editor of the Wisconsin Law Review.
Kate is a “Double Badger,” having also earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Legal Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Kate was born and raised in New Berlin, Wisconsin. After five years of living in other parts of the country, she returned home to the great state of Wisconsin. In addition to practicing law, Kate is a certified yoga instructor who teaches at a local studio in Milwaukee.
“I am a strong believer in justice and take pride in advocating for my clients who have been wronged by another’s negligence or a corporation’s defective product. I am glad to be a part of a team that shares that passion for justice.”