Arielle comes from a family of lawyers and found her desire to become a family law attorney at a young age. With a personal appreciation for what families experience throughout the family court process, Arielle has a compassionate and informative approach to family law. Inside and outside of the courtroom, Arielle works to ensure a level of comfort and understanding throughout the litigation process.
Before pursuing her J.D., Arielle earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. After completing her undergraduate degree, she ventured to Texas and began her journey into family law. She accrued years of experience as a litigation assistant and then as a paralegal in the field before becoming a “double badger” and earning her law degree at the University of Wisconsin Law School.
During law school, Arielle served as a Managing Editor of the Wisconsin Law Review, a representative in the Student Bar Association, and was on the executive board for the Children’s Justice Project. For half of her law school career, she was also a student attorney with the Family Court Clinic, a clinical program which provides full, free family law services and representation to low-income individuals throughout the Madison area.
Arielle is an active member of the Wisconsin State Bar and was licensed by the State of Texas in May of 2019.
When she is not at the office or visiting her family in Wisconsin, Arielle enjoys boating on the lake, barre class and exploring all the cuisine and adventures that Austin has to offer.