Ms. Anderson's practice includes local government, land use, real estate and commercial development matters. As a municipal attorney, she currently provides general municipal representation to many local governments in Dane, Iowa, and Sauk Counties, in addition to providing special counsel to a wide spectrum of municipalities, special districts and intergovernmental commissions. Ms. Anderson frequently works on regional and local projects involving wastewater treatment facilities and districts, and has a range of experience from local sanitary districts to formation of regional intergovernmental commissions. Her practice in this area includes site identification, real estate and easement acquisition, bidding, financing and construction, development of sewer use and connection fee ordinances, and general operations guidance.
In addition to public sector representation, Ms. Anderson practices extensively in private commercial real estate matters providing expertise on project development, negotiations, purchase and sale contracts, construction, commercial leasing, and related business entity formation.
Ms. Anderson's is admitted to practice in Wisconsin. Click here for Ms. Anderson's lawyer rating.
University of Wisconsin Law School (J.D.)
Michigan State University (B.A.)
Professional Recognition and Awards
Selected by peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (since 2007).
Professional Memberships and Activities
League of Wisconsin Municipalities, Municipal Attorneys Section President (2010)
When off the job, Connie enjoys traveling the back roads of Dane, Sauk and Iowa Counties, ever on the lookout for a good cup of coffee, a great view and interesting conversation. Whether spending a restful day on the Wisconsin River or watching a storm come across Lake Monona, sharing the moments with friends and family makes it worthwhile.
Connie has spent time “off the job” in the war zones of the former Yugoslavia working with Croatian, Serbian and Muslim refugees; she has also been involved in similar work much closer to home. Her commitment is to turn toward the disenfranchised parts of ourselves and others, and put what is learned from the experience to good use.