Brook Tylka

Madison Employment Attorney
Madison Worker’s Compensation Attorney

Brook Tylka

Madison Employment Attorney
Madison Worker’s Compensation Attorney

“Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.”

Saint Teresa of Calcutta

“Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.”

Saint Teresa of Calcutta

Attorney Brook Tylka

Attorney Tylka is an associate attorney at Hawks Quindel’s Madison office practicing in the areas of worker’s compensation and employment law. Attorney Tylka is passionate and diligent about every case she works on and she brings a detail-oriented eye to the unique facts that each client’s situation presents.

When she’s not working, Attorney Tylka enjoys reading books of all kinds, baking, and going on nature walks around Madison.

Madison Worker’s Compensation Attorney

Attorney Tylka represents injured Wisconsin works from all walks of life. She is passionate about helping injured workers obtain all of the benefits they’re entitled to so they can focus on their recovery while knowing that the legal process is being taken care of.

Madison Employment Attorney

Attorney Tylka assists employees who face problems in their workplace, including employment discrimination, retaliation, or harassment. She is dedicated to representing clients who face legal challenges in the workplace and diligently assists clients in determining their desired outcomes and how to achieve them.


Before she attended law school, Attorney Tylka worked at Hawks Quindel as a legal assistant, giving her early experience in the field of worker’s compensation. In 2018, she temporarily left Wisconsin to begin law school at Boston University School of Law. At BU, Attorney Tylka honed her oral advocacy skills through active involvement in BU’s Moot Court program, participating in the Edward C. Stone Moot Court Competition, Homer Albers Prize Moot Court Competition, and Seigenthaler-Sutherland Cup National First Amendment Competition across her second and third years of law school. During law school, she also gained hands-on legal experience through BU’s experiential programs, including the Employment Rights Clinic where she represented clients in unemployment and employment discrimination cases as well as the Compassionate Release Practicum where she assisted an incarcerated client in petitioning for medical parole.

Starting in the summer of 2020, Attorney Tylka returned to Hawks Quindel as a law clerk where she assisted with numerous cases in the fields of worker’s compensation, employment discrimination, and other areas of practice.

Attorney Brook Tylka


Law School

Boston University School of Law


M.A., History
Boston University


B.A., History, Sociology, and Legal Studies (with Honors)
University of Wisconsin-Madison


“Getting to Tarasoff: A Gender-Based History of Tort Law Doctrine,” California Legal History, 2021 (Second Place Winner of the 2021 California Supreme Court Historical Society’s Selma Moidel Smith Law Student Writing Competition in California Legal History)

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