Aubrey D. Hetznecker

During law school Aubrey participated in a number of clinics and internships including the Wisconsin Innocence Project, the Juvenile Life Without Parole Project, and the Immigrant Justice Clinic. Aubrey interned with the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin Foundation, worked for a boutique corporate immigration law firm, and was a research assistant for UW Law School’s Associate Dean of Experiential Learning and Education Innovation. Additionally, Aubrey worked for the Milwaukee Public Defender’s Office, Trial Division, where she assisted with high-profile homicides and represented individuals during bail hearings, preliminary hearings, and sentencing. Aubrey co-founded the Society for Education Law and Policy and was Secretary of the Children’s Justice Project and the Wisconsin Innocence Network. She also competed in the Texas Young Lawyer’s Association mock trial competition.

Prior to law school Aubrey was a Teach for America Corps Member in Denver and New York City, taught art in the Ithaca City School District, and worked at New Roots Charter School.



University of Wisconsin Law School, JD, 2018
Christine Ebert Memorial Scholarship
Pro Bono Honor Society
Criminal Law Concentration
Columbia University, Teachers College, MA, 2014
Cornell University, BFA, 2010

Admitted to Practice:

State of Wisconsin, 2018
Western District of Wisconsin, 2018
New York State 2019

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