Pahoua was born in Montana and raised in the Wausau, Wisconsin area. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, where she double majored in Radio, Television and Film, and History with a Certificate in Medieval Studies.
In 2014, Pahoua earned her Juris Doctor degree at Northern Illinois University College of Law in DeKalb, Illinois. During law school, she was a founding member of the Foreclosure Mediation Clinic, a member of the Moot Court Society, and named to the Dean's List.
Pahoua interned with Marathon County Circuit Court Judges Gregory Huber and Michael Moran. She has also worked as a legal writing research assistant at Northern Illinois University College of Law, as a law clerk for the Wausau City Attorney, and as a volunteer attorney for Wisconsin Judicare, Inc.
Areas of Practice
- Insurance Defense Litigation 100%
- Wisconsin, 2014
- Northern Illinois University College of Law, DeKalb, Illinois
- Honors: Dean's List
- Uw- Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
- B.A. - 2007
- Major: History; Radio, Television & Film
Honors and Awards
- David Peskind Memorial Award
Professional Associations and Memberships
- State Bar of Wisconsin, 2014 to Present
- Marathon County Bar, 2014 to Present
- Wisconsin Defense Counsel, 2015 to Present
Past Employment Positions
- City of Wausau, Law Clerk, 2015
- Marathon County Circuit Court, Judicial Intern, 2012 to 2013
Pro Bono Activities
- Wisconsin Judicare, Inc., 2014 to 2015