After graduation, Maggie worked as an Assistant District Attorney at the 2nd Judicial District Attorney’s Office for a little less than two years. While there, Maggie was a part of the Metropolitan Division, the Felony DWI Division and the General Crimes Division. While there she prosecuted a range of cases from petty misdemeanors to homicides. Although Maggie enjoyed her work as an Assistant District Attorney, she felt she could do more for her community as a Public Defender. She left the District Attorney’s office in December of 2017 and began at the Law Offices of the Public Defender in January of 2018. As a Public Defender Maggie honed her skills, specifically in the areas of negotiation, litigation, trial experience, and working one on one with clients. Before leaving the Public Defender’s Office, Maggie was a supervisor in the Misdemeanor Division, which allowed her to teach these skills to recent law graduates and other attorneys.
Maggie now uses her skills and experience in the area of divorce and family law. Maggie’s diverse knowledge has allowed her to sharpen her skills in negotiation, support, trial practice, and advocacy. Maggie has a reputation for fighting for her clients, whether it is litigating in a courtroom or collaborative negotiations with opposing council. Maggie’s goal is to always help her clients achieve the best possible results.