Boardman & Clark LLP Welcomes Brenna McLaughlin

Boardman Clark recently announced that attorney Brenna McLaughlin has joined the firm. Brenna works primarily with the Labor & Employment practice group. Prior to to joining the firm as an attorney, Brenna worked as a clerk for Boardman Clark for nearly two years.

"We are extremely happy to have Brenna join the firm and our team," said Attorney Jennifer Mirus, co-chair of the Labor & Employment Law Group. "She was wonderful a clerk, and we’re glad to have her as an official member of the firm."

Prior to going to law school, Brenna worked in Madison area public schools coordinating reading and writing for elementary students as part of an AmeriCops program.


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