Megan Phillips has been in private practice since graduating from the University of Wisconsin Law School. She has specialized in Litigation, Family Law, Business Services and Real Estate. Specifically, Ms. Phillips has assisted business owners in purchasing real estate, restructuring businesses, arranging financing for business acquisitions, and drafting closing documents. She also has organized limited liability companies, and reviewed leases and general business contracts. Ms. Phillips experience also includes litigating business cases involving construction contracts, employment or wage disputes, breach-of-contract, and fraud claims. Additionally, she has represented many clients in divorces involving complex issues such as; retirement plan division, residential real estate, child support, custody and placement issues.
Ms. Phillips is active in the James E. Doyle Inns of Court, the AIDS Network of Dane County, and the Young Lawyers Division of the Wisconsin State Bar. She is also on the Board of Directors of the Legal Association for Women. Ms. Phillips is a committed member of the Wisconsin Association for Justice, and recently authored an article for the organization's publication called The Verdict. She is also a court appointed special advocate through the Dane County CASA program for abused and neglected children.
Ms. Phillips completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin where she majored in journalism and psychology. Before attending law school, she worked as legal assistant and litigation specialist in Madison. Ms. Phillips has also worked as a Judicial Intern for Judge John W. Markson at the Dane County Circuit Court.