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Lili Behm

Madison Employment Attorney
Madison Worker’s Compensation Attorney

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Lili Behm

Madison Employment Attorney
Madison Worker’s Compensation Attorney

Lili Behm is an associate in Hawks Quindel’s Madison office, which she joined in 2019. Attorney Behm’s practice is focused on the representation of employees in worker’s compensation and employment matters. A proud Wisconsinite, Attorney Behm feels privileged to stand alongside the workers who make our state a great place to live.

Madison Workers Compensation Attorney

As a workers compensation attorney, Attorney Behm strives to secure the benefits her clients need to recover with less worry.

Madison Employment Attorney

As an employment litigator, Attorney Behm assertively advocates for her clients’ rights and interests in and out of court. 

When she is not at the office or in court, Attorney Behm most enjoys reading, running, snowshoeing, and kayaking. She speaks German, has two cats, and is an avid student of politics.

Attorney Behm represents clients in front of Wisconsin and federal courts and administrative agencies. Her efforts have resulted in favorable results for clients with various legal needs.

For example, Attorney Behm focuses on worker’s compensation, workplace discrimination, and employer retaliation claims. Her federal court briefs have frustrated employers’ attempts to dismiss her clients’ disability discrimination and Family and Medical Leave Act lawsuits.

Before joining the HQ team, Attorney Behm handled contract-breach and deceptive trade practices cases, and also clerked for Wisconsin Court of Appeals Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg.

Attorney Behm is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard University (B.A., 2012), where she studied History and received a certificate in German Languages and Literatures.

After Harvard, she studied law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law (J.D., 2015). There, she earned accolades for her 150-plus hours of helping Chicago elementary school students gain confidence in their reading skills.