Fefe is driven by a deep-rooted passion for litigation and a keen focus on labor and employment matters. Her journey into the world of litigation began during her time at Marquette Law School when she achieved the honor of qualifying for the Marquette Jenkins Honors Moot Court Competition. Fefe argued before 7th Circuit Judge Michael B. Brennan, solidifying her dedication to excellence in litigation.
Fefe has channeled her enthusiasm into a diverse range of labor and employment cases. As a summer associate with the firm, she assisted in various areas, including wage and hour issues, labor law disputes, position statement drafting, and discrimination claims.
During her time at Marquette, Fefe immersed herself in various legal pursuits. Notably, she served as an Academic Success Program leader, sharing her expertise and guiding first-year students in their legal research and writing endeavors. She spent her second year as a judicial intern for the Honorable Maxine White in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals (District II). Furthermore, Fefe’s passion for sports law led her to participate in the Sports Law Program at Marquette, where she earned her Sports Law Certificate.
Outside of her professional endeavors, Fefe finds joy in following sports and maintaining an active lifestyle.