Anne Bolgert is a dedicated attorney at Schaefer Halleen who handles a diverse range of cases, including those involving race, disability, sex, and pregnancy discrimination claims, whistleblower and retaliation claims, as well as various other workplace disputes.
Before joining Schaefer Halleen, Anne’s career path reflected a unique blend of social work and legal experience. After completing her undergraduate studies, she earned a master’s in social work and served as a Client Benefits Specialist at a community mental health center in Boulder, Colorado. During law school, Anne clerked at Schaefer Halleen, the National Health Law Program in Washington, D.C., and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Following law school, she further honed her legal skills as a judicial clerk for Chief Judge Susan L. Segal at the Minnesota Court of Appeals, ultimately joining Schaefer Halleen as an attorney.
Anne applies her distinctive insights and dedication to addressing issues of discrimination and mistreatment in the workplace. Drawing from her background as a social worker, Anne brings a unique perspective to her legal career, understanding the power structures that contribute to workplace vulnerabilities. Her client service philosophy emphasizes fierce advocacy, empathy, and a commitment to challenging systemic injustices that perpetuate employment inequalities.
- Minnesota, 2022
- Juris Doctorate Degree, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, University of Minnesota Law School, 2019-2022
Master of Social Work, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Social Work, 2014-2015
Bachelor of Science Degree, Gender and Women’s Studies, Bachelor of Social Work Degree, Social Work, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2010-2014