Maggie Beecher is an associate attorney who provides legal services for the law firm’s wide range of nonprofit organizations and other clients. She helps clients with legal guidance on matters including corporate formation, governance, tax and regulatory compliance, and other business and legal issues.
Maggie has also had experience with regulatory compliance matters, implementation of U.S. sanctions programs, and cybersecurity risk management. She is particularly interested in the intersection of business and law, and helping nonprofit organizations navigate the complexities involved in that area.
Prior to joining Wagenmaker & Oberly, Maggie worked as an extern for Justice Anne Burke of the Illinois Supreme Court. She has also worked for the CME Group, Inc., an options and futures exchange headquartered in Chicago, along with other investment and financial services firms. She received CALI awards for her work in Constitutional Law and Administrative Law while studying at Chicago Kent Law School, and holds an undergraduate degree with honors in Finance and Business from Texas A&M University. While in law school, Maggie also was able to pursue her passion for the study of the Spanish language when she completed an exchange program with the School of Law at the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain.
- Illinois Bar Association
- Board Member of the Northern Ilinois Chapter of Christian Legal Society
- Legal Spanish (Washington College of Law, American University)