- University of Wisconsin Law School 2017
- University of DePaul 2014
- Marquette University Law School
- University of Wisconsin
- Hogan Eickhoff SC
- Assistant State Public Defender, Wisconsin
- Intern for Aids Resource Center of Wisconsin, Legal Division, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Intern for The Honorable Thomas J. Gritton, Winnebago County Circuit Court, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
- Intern for Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee, Guardian ad Litem Division, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Judicial Assistant to the Honorable Judge Karen L. Seifert, Winnebago County Courthouse, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
- Court Assistant & Appeals Clerk, The Honorable Judge Thomas J. Gritton, Winnebago County Circuit Court, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
As an undergrad student, LaKeisha Haase took an elective law class that would change the course of her life. She enjoyed the class so much that she minored in legal studies and after graduation attended Marquette University Law School to pursue a career in law.
Witnessing the impact of discrimination and injustice in her own life influenced the course of her career. LaKeisha developed a passion for providing advocacy for and protecting the rights of indigent individuals. She also mentored law students, paralegals, and undergraduate students as they sought to find their place in the field. Additionally, she taught in the new attorney training program for the Office of the State Public Defender.
Today, Lakeisha specializes in family law at Hogan Eickhoff. She focuses on the following type of cases:
- Post judgment
- Custody and placement
- Child support issues
- Termination of parental rights cases
- Child in Need of Protection or Services (CHIP) cases
- Minor misdemeanors through Class A felonies
LaKeisha takes pride in her preparedness and a client-centered approach to practice. She is aggressive while still maintaining courtroom decorum. LaKeisha practices primarily in Outagamie and Winnebago but takes cases throughout the state.
Personally, she is devoted to her family and enjoys spending her free time with them.