Katherine M. Hampel


Katherine M. Hampel

Location: Milwaukee

T: 414.225.1438

F: 414.278.3638


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Assistant: Roxanne Schmidt

T: 414.225.7506


  • Joseph E. Tierney Jr. Award Recipient (2019)
  • Anne Wall Top Scholar in Sports Law Recipient (2019)
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award; Professional Sports Law (2018)


  • J.D., cum laude, Marquette University Law School
  • Sports Law Certificate, National Sports Law Institute
  • Bachelor of Science, cum laude, Marquette University, Economics and Marketing


Katherine “Katie” Hampel is a member of the Davis|Kuelthau’s Corporate Team in Milwaukee. Katie advises business owners on corporate and legal matters, including business formations, mergers and acquisitions, acquiring, leasing and selling commercial and residential real property, and land use and zoning matters. She assists clients by negotiating and drafting purchase and sale agreements, performing due diligence, and reviewing and advising on lease documents.

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.


Professional Activities

Admitted, Supreme Court of Wisconsin

Admitted, Eastern District of Wisconsin

Member, Wisconsin State Bar Association

Member, CARW and WCrew

Member, CARW NextGen Class of 2022

Member, WCrew Impact Awards Committee

Community Involvement

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