Attorney Danielle Baudhuin is a Senior Associate Attorney at Axley and a member of the firm’s litigation practice group. Ms. Baudhuin focuses her practice on a variety of civil law areas, including commercial litigation, agricultural litigation, contractual and collection disputes, municipal litigation, and insurance defense matters.
After graduating among the top students of her class with three years on the Dean’s List from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School, Ms. Baudhuin practiced law with a small firm in Middleton, WI where she had clerked previously. In her early years of practice, Ms. Baudhuin has first-chaired a personal injury jury trial; second-chaired bench trials and jury trials involving agricultural, contractual, and defamation issues; handled countless depositions, motion hearings, and small claims matters; and has argued cases before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals twice. In 2018, Ms. Baudhuin was named an Up and Coming Lawyer by the Wisconsin Law Journal.
Ms. Baudhuin strives to alleviate 100% of the client’s legal burden in all of the cases she undertakes. This involves an intense level of dedication to keeping the client apprised on every aspect of their legal matter and collaborating with other attorneys to provide an innovative and personalized approach. She takes pride in giving the client complete confidence that their case is being handled with the utmost care and diligence.
During law school, Ms. Baudhuin worked as a Clinical Law Student for the Wisconsin Economic Justice Institute where she represented clients with consumer law claims in state and federal courts, including Internet scams, debt collection harassment, and foreclosure matters. In addition, Ms. Baudhuin also served as the Senior Managing Editor of the Wisconsin International Law Journal.
Ms. Baudhuin is originally from Oshkosh, Wisconsin and enjoys watching Wisconsin sports and spending time with family and friends when she is not in the office.
Admitted to practice in the State Courts of Wisconsin, Federal Courts for the Western District of Wisconsin, and United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.