Attorney at Law, Bogost Law LLC
Amy Blumenfeld Bogost is the Regent Vice President of the University of Wisconsin System. She is an attorney from Madison, Wisconsin WHO IS BARRED in the states of Washington, California, and Wisconsin. REGENT BOGOST became involved in Title IX work in 2015 when she was asked by the University of Wisconsin Social Services to provide training to other attorneys to provide pro bono services to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violencE. She works in cooperation with NUMEROUS social service organizations in Madison as well in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin Dean of students to ensure fair representation and counseling is provided to all survivors.
Amy Blumenfeld Bogost began practicing law in 1989 in the areas of criminal defense and civil rights. More recently her practice has focused on representation of victims of sensitive crimes and Federal Title IX. She started a pro bono training for attorneys to aid and represent survivors of sexual assault and those going through the Title IX hearing process. Bogost has provided training on implementation of Title IX at Tribal colleges and has helped organize and teach at the National Trial Tribal College, co-sponsored and located at University of Wisconsin Law School. Bogost has been active in advancing the education of students with learning differences including serving as a Board member for “Imagine a Child’s Capacity” and lending her legal services to advocate on behalf of students and families. Bogost currently sits on the Milwaukee based HIR Wellness Center Board, a nonprofit organization that believes in a multi systemic and integrated approach to providing high-quality mental health and wellness care. She holds a Juris Doctorate from Chicago Kent College of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History from the University of Wisconsin. She is a member of Washington State, California and Wisconsin Bar Associations. Lifelong residents of Wisconsin, Bogost and her husband live in Madison and have three adult children. The entire family have received degrees or are currently attending the University of Wisconsin.
She also continues her civil practice in Madison.