Attorney Kelsi Cottle grew up learning first-hand about the struggles of migrating your family and business to a new Country. Ms. Cottle was born in New Zealand, to parents who were each citizens of different Countries, and spent her childhood living in Canada, New Zealand and the USA. Because of these experiences, Ms. Cottle has a unique, and personal, perspective on the implications that migration can have on a family and a business. Ms. Cottle received her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Computer Science from Lakeland University in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Upon deciding to pursue a career in immigration law and global business migration, Ms. Cottle completed her Juris Doctorate at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida and went on to pursue her LLM in Global Finance Strategies and Wealth Management at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California.
Ms. Cottle is a founding member of Cottle | Pasquale | Laborde s.c., and believes very strongly in a client-focused legal practice. She takes pride in knowing that her clients are kept informed throughout their entire case. Ms. Cottle also has a passion for volunteer work and commits her services to numerous organizations, including the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) in Washington D.C. Additionally, Ms. Cottle has participated in giving lectures and informational sessions to local immigration related organizations and domestic violence shelters.
She resides in the Fox Cities area with her three sons.