Attorney Micheal Hahn is a native of Clinton, WI and a member of Axley’s Litigation and Construction practice groups.
Attorney Hahn’s dedication to his clients and strong work-ethic stems from his service as a Transportation Specialist and Sergeant in the Wisconsin Army National Guard, during which time he completed his Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science at UW-Madison between two tours to Iraq and Kuwait.
After leaving the National Guard in 2010, Hahn worked at Holtger Bros., Inc, a De Pere-based utility construction company where he was the safety and training manager before returning to UW Madison to pursue a law degree. During his time at UW Law School, Hahn served as a student attorney for the Wisconsin Innocence Project, appearing in court and securing exoneration for Joseph Frey through DNA testing.
Hahn’s hands-on background in the construction industry lends him a unique understanding of the challenges his clients face, and the ability to develop effective, creative solutions to those challenges. In addition, Hahn worked as a law clerk at Axley in 2013 — where he handled complex construction matters side-by-side with the co-founders of Axley’s Construction and Transportation Focus Group, Attorneys Buck Sweeney and Brian Mullins.
Aside from his clerkship at Axley, Attorney Hahn also clerked at the Supreme Court of Wisconsin for Justice Michael J. Gableman during the 2014-2015 term, where he gained experience researching issues before the court and drafting opinions. This clerkship provided Hahn with valuable insight that greatly benefits his litigation clients when a matter is being tried before the court.
Attorney Hahn is a registered lobbyist and admitted to practice in the courts of Wisconsin and the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin.
Involvement & Recognition
- Member, Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin
- Member, Professional Insurance Agents of Wisconsin
- Member, South Central Wisconsin Builders Association
- Member, Wisconsin League of Municipalities
- Member, Wisconsin Towns Association
- Member, Wisconsin Underground Contractors Association