Milwaukee Employment Attorney
Milwaukee Wage and Hour Attorney
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Claire Roehre is a Wisconsin native, who joined Hawks Quindel’s Milwaukee office as an associate attorney after clerking for the firm. Her practice area focuses on wage and employment cases. Attorney Roehre represents employees in disputes involving employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. She assists both individuals and classes to recover unpaid minimum wages and overtime pay.
Attorney Roehre is admitted to practice in Wisconsin state courts, and before the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin. She is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Association of Women Lawyers, the Racine County Bar Association, the National Employment Lawyers Association, and the Wisconsin Employment Lawyers Association.
During law school, Attorney Roehre clerked for Racine County Branch 1 with Judge Gerald Ptacek, and interned with the Lake County Prosecutor’s Office – Felony Division. After taking employment and labor classes, she pursued an internship with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Chicago, clerking for an Administrative Law Judge.
Attorney Roehre graduated law school with a pro bono commendation.
Attorney Roehre received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Loras College and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin. After graduate school, she worked as a Foster and Adoption Specialist for several years within Milwaukee County, witnessing firsthand the role the legal system plays in children’s lives. Working alongside Assistant District Attorneys and Guardian ad Litems solidified her dream of becoming an attorney. Attorney Roehre returned to school and received her law degree from Valparaiso University School of Law.