Chrissy Wabiszewski is an associate attorney at Ogletree, where she represents and advises businesses in an array of labor, employment, and immigration law issues at both the state and federal level. Chrissy takes a practical and client-based approach to her practice, focusing on understanding her clients’ businesses and delivering quality services that fit their unique needs. She has defended employers against allegations of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and unfair labor practices. She has represented employers in collective action wage and hour disputes. She regularly assist employers navigate immigration law compliance, including in the face of government audits and complex mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to joining the firm, Chrissy served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Rebecca G. Bradley at the Wisconsin Supreme Court. While in law school, Chrissy worked as the lead research assistant to Dean and Professor of Law Joseph D. Kearney. She also served as the symposium editor on Marquette Law Review, where she won the Gold Quill Award for Best Student-Written Publication.
In her free time, Chrissy volunteers at the Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic, which provides free legal services to increase access to justice and legal resources for the Milwaukee community.