As a psychology major at Marquette University, Bridget recognized early on that she had a passion for working with people during their most vulnerable times. After graduating, she took that passion and applied it to her work with Americorps where she coordinated community service projects with underprivileged youth and lead conservation projects throughout Eastern Montana and the Dakotas. The opportunity of working with children on a regular basis inspired her to pursue law school.
As a law student at the University of St. Thomas School of Law, Bridget made the Dean’s List for her academic achievements in the area of Domestic Violence. Bridget continues to advocate for victims of domestic violence in her family law practice. Having practiced in the area of family law since 2014, Bridget is well versed in the issues at play and the implications of the same on the families she works with. Bridget is highly dedicated to her clients and strives to achieve just and equitable results for her clients often with an emphasis on finding a collaborative and workable solution. Bridget is a certified mediator and is trained in the Collaborative Law approach.
In her spare time Bridget enjoys baking, painting and time outdoors.
Marquette University, B.A. 2009
University of St. Thomas School of Law-Minneapolis, J.D. 2013