Margaret “Maggie” Hibbs is an associate with BrownWinick, practicing primarily in the firm’s Business and Corporate Law Practice Group. Maggie represents business clients in various aspects of their operations, including choice of entity and entity formation, board of director operations and duties, shareholder matters, mergers and acquisitions, and contract drafting. She also provides legal services in the areas of agribusiness and bankruptcy and corporate restructuring.
Maggie graduated from Luther College, magna cum laude, in 2009, receiving her B.A. in Political Science, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. While at Luther, Maggie was active in multiple music ensembles – both singing and playing the trombone. She was also a founding member of AWKapella, a student-led, mixed voices a cappella group.
Maggie received her J.D. in 2014, with highest honors, from Drake University. Maggie graduated from law school Order of the Coif. While at Drake, Maggie was a student representative to the Student Bar Association and Honor Board, a Board Member of Drake Law Women, and an active member of the Delta Theta Phi law fraternity. She served as a Research Editor on the Drake Law Review and as a Teaching Assistant for the law school’s legal research and writing program. During law school, Maggie also worked as a student attorney at the Drake Legal Clinic – Transactional Business/Non-Profits Clinic and as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Stephanie M. Rose, United States District Judge for the Southern District of Iowa.
Maggie was admitted to the Iowa bar in 2014. She is a member of the Polk County, Iowa State and American Bar Associations, and currently serves as a Board Member of the Polk County Women Attorneys. Maggie also continues to sing with a number of choral ensembles in Des Moines, including the Drake University/Community Chorus.