Margaret (Maggie) Kaiser graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in May 2012.
During law school, Maggie clerked for the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Farmer's Legal Action Group, Inc., St. Croix County Circuit Courts, and a law firm in New Richmond, WI. Upon graduating from law school, she began her legal career at the same New Richmond law firm. In 2015, she started Margaret Kaiser Law and now devotes her practice to guardian ad litem work and Social Security disability appeals.
Before attending law school, Maggie received a bachelor's degree in social work. After graduation, she lived in New Zealand for a year and worked on farms and in the tourism industry. She then worked as a career advancement specialist in Dakota County, Minnesota.
Maggie lives in Hudson, Wisconsin with her husband and son. In her free time, she enjoys spending time at the library and the YMCA with her family, visiting friends and relatives and cooking.
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin, 2012
University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wisconsin
J.D. – May 2012
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
B.A. – May 2006 with Distinction
Professional Associations and Memberships
State Bar of Wisconsin, Member
State Bar of Wisconsin – Local Bar Relations Committee, Member
St. Croix Valley Bar Association
President (2015-16), Vice President (2014-15), Secretary/Treasurer (2013-14), Social Media Director (2012-13)
Wisconsin Association for Justice, Member (2012-2016)
Wisconsin Solo & Small Firm Conference, Speaker, 2016
Law of Damages in Wisconsin, Contributing author, 2012-2015
Wisconsin Rules of Evidence: Courtroom Handbook, Contributing author, 2014-2015
Belle Case La Follette Award, Wisconsin Law Foundation, 2016
Civic/Pro Bono Activities
Pro Bono Legal Services for Turningpoint for Victims of Domestic & Sexual Violence, Current
Volunteer and Organizer for Wills for Heroes (St. Croix Valley Bar Association), 2014 - Current
Volunteer for St. Croix County Free Clinic, 2014 - Current
Faculty for Negotiation Class, University of Wisconsin, 09/2015
Faculty for Lawyering Skills Program – The Early Years of Practice, University of Wisconsin, 05/2015
Faculty for Skills Intensive Training Unit, Lawyering Skills Course, University of Wisconsin, 2013