Kathleen Boucher is a paralegal in the Business Finance, Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice Group in the Madison office. She supports clients in many aspects of bankruptcy including monitoring case dockets for activity, drafting documents and organizing documentation to support filings. Kathleen supports the team with 17 years of bankruptcy experience.
Prior to working at Godfrey & Kahn, Kathleen worked for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, where she handled courtroom duties for the Honorable Judge Robert D. Martin, case management for all chapters and training of the electronic case filing system.
National Conference of Bankruptcy Clerks
Paralegal Association of Wisconsin
Madison Area Technical College, Paralegal Program - Adjunct faculty member
Lou Jones Breakfast Club - Madison Coordinator
Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) - Former Program Coordinator and Presenter
Bachelor of Science, Upper Iowa University, 2007, Management, summa cum laude
Certification of Bankruptcy Assistant from the Association of Bankruptcy Judicial Assistants, 2018
State Bar of Wisconsin Certified Paralegal, 2018
Federal Court Leadership Certificate, Federal Judicial Center, Washington D.C., 2002
Paralegal Certificate, PCDI - The School of Paralegal Studies, 2000