Froedtert Health - Associate General Counsel

WI, Milwaukee

Froedtert Health is seeking candidates for the role of Associate General Counsel to join its growing in-house legal department.

Reporting to the Deputy General Counsel, the Associate General Counsel is responsible for providing a broad range of healthcare legal services with a strong emphasis on healthcare regulatory analysis and transactions for Froedtert Health’s hospitals and health centers, home care, laboratory, health insurance, employer health services and workplace clinics, and digital health solutions.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a high performing in-house legal team and work in a positive, open, and responsive team environment. It is important that the Associate General Counsel is viewed as credible, visible, and accessible; someone who exhibits high integrity, a willingness to listen effectively, and work collaboratively. The Associate General Counsel will serve as a strategic business partner of the organization and proactively provide counsel and training in subject matters related to the system as a whole.

The successful candidate must have excellent academic credentials, a law degree from an ABA accredited school of law, membership in the State Bar of Wisconsin, or eligibility for admission based on reciprocity, or in-house counsel is required, and an outstanding record of achievement with at least five years of relevant experience as an attorney in a hospital setting, health care environment, or law firm, with practice primarily focused on health law related issues. Experience working with academic medical centers and tax-exempt entities is helpful. 

Interested parties can apply directly through the WittKieffer Candidate Portal using the buttons below or by sending resumes, nominations, and inquiries to Werner Boel and John Fazekas via email: jfazekas@wittkieffer.com or by phone at (781) 564-2633. 

Froedtert Health values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.