Amy Fry-Galow

Location:  Waukesha, WI
Phone:  (262) 548-1340
Fax:  (262) 548-9211
Email: afrygalow@ammr.net

Amy is an associate with the firm, whose primary area of practice is civil defense litigation of municipal and civil rights lawsuits in both state and federal courts as well as the courts of appeals. She is admitted to practice in three states and has worked in a variety of litigation areas over her career, including employment law and general practice. Her experience ranges from handling all phases of litigation to consulting clients in the financial industry on ever-changing federal regulations to assisting clients with policy development, training and compliance reviews.

Amy is currently an adjunct professor of Communication Law at Carroll University, focusing on First Amendment claims and issues and other areas of constitutional law. In her career, Amy has also studied, written and analyzed employment law issues for the “Larson Employment Law Treatises,” including Employment Discrimination, Employment Screening and Unjust Dismissal. “Larson on Employment Discrimination” provides complete analysis of all major federal anti-discrimination statutes which bar employment discrimination based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, and disability. Larson’s also includes extensive appendices containing the current version of all major federal anti-discrimination statutes (including Title VII, the Equal Pay Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act). As Staff Attorney for Employment Law Research, Inc., Amy focused on employment discrimination, unjust dismissal, employment screening and workers’ compensation.

She also serves as a pro bono attorney in family and domestic cases. She does this work on behalf of Legal Action of Wisconsin.

In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her two children and husband, who is a Professor of Literature at Carrol University. She loves working with kids, leading a Girl Scout Troop and volunteering within the schools whenever possible, working on the school play, carnivals, high interest days and fundraisers.

BAR ADMISSIONS

State of Wisconsin – 2018

State of North Carolina – 2004

State Bar of Michigan – 2003

EDUCATION

DePaul University School of Law, J.D., cum laude

Michigan State University, B.A., summa cum laude