Katherine “Katie” Hampel is a member of the firm’s Corporate Team in Davis|Kuelthau’s Milwaukee office.
Katie graduated cum laude from Marquette University Law School and she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Economics and Marketing from Marquette University. Prior to joining the firm, Katie served as a Managing Editor for the Marquette Sports Law Review and Associate Editor for the Marquette Law Review.
Admitted, Supreme Court of Wisconsin
Admitted, Eastern District of Wisconsin
Member, Wisconsin State Bar Association
Community Coach, Girls on the Run
Risk Management Advisor, Alpha Phi Eta Mu
“Whose Fault is it Anyway: How Sexual Abuse Has Plagued the United States Olympic Committee and Its Athletes” Marquette Sports Law Review (Spring 2019)
Provided research and editorial assistance on Wisconsin Law Review article, "Baseball's Antitrust Exemption for Franchise Decisions: Its Justifications and Antitrust Law Implications for Other Professional Leagues", co-written by MLB Commissioner Emeritus Allan H. ("Bud") Selig, former MLB General Counsel Thomas Ostertag, and the Executive Director of the National Sports Law Institute Matthew Mitten