Attorney Alicia Bernards focuses on estate and trust administration, probate, elder law, mediation, and estate planning. Prior to becoming an attorney, she was a law clerk at O’Leary-Guth Law Office, S.C.
Alicia received her Juris Doctor degree from Marquette University Law School with honors along with a Litigation Certificate and an Alternative Dispute Resolution Certificate. During law school, Alicia received a CALI Excellence for the Future Award for her achievement in the study of Advanced Legal Research in Wisconsin Law and was inducted into the Marquette University Law School Pro Bono Honors Society in recognition of her volunteer work at Marquette. Alicia also interned with the Honorable Chief Judge Pamela Pepper with the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin before joining O’Leary-Guth Law Office, S.C. Alicia served as an editor for the Marquette Law Review and competed in the National Moot Court Competition regionals, advancing to the quarterfinals.
Alicia received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee where she graduated with honors, with a major in Sociology. Alicia also received her Associate’s degree from Madison College in Paralegal studies. Prior to law school, Alicia was a paralegal for seven years.
Alicia is from Madison, WI but has been living in the Milwaukee area since 2012. She enjoys travel, volunteering, and spending time with family and friends.
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