Lauren Robinson

Lauren Robinson: American Bar Association

I started my career at a large law firm doing corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions and securities work, however, I eventually moved out of the law firm setting, and moved in-house. Today, I serve as an in-house corporate generalist practicing…
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Christina Martini

Christina Martini: DLA Piper LLP

I started my career in real estate and environmental law, and practiced in these areas for about two years, before I made my way into intellectual property (IP), which I still practice in today. Since diving into IP, I have…
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Sonni Williams

Sonni Williams: City of Lockport

Municipal law, Sec. 1983 civil rights defense, tort defense, civil litigation, and administrative law are my primary areas of practice. I have prior experience in traffic and ordinance prosecution, a brief stint in juvenile delinquency defense and private general practice….
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tina gunsalus

Tina Gunsalus: C. K. Gunsalus and Associates

My legal training and license differentiate me in my environment (higher education), and the fact that I’m a lawyer has always been a valuable asset even as I’m not formally practicing law. I have always been licensed, and that also has been valuable.    What is…
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Sarah Hawkins

Sarah Hawkins: Office of the Public Guardian

I have primarily worked in juvenile court in the child protection division. I am a lead attorney and supervisor. I represent abused and neglected children as well as supervise and manage a courtroom. I began my legal career in the…
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Richard Turner

Richard Turner, Jr.: Turner & Sackett

My primary area of practice has been plaintiff’s personal injury and worker’s compensation for 25 of the last 36 years of practice. How has your practice evolved in the last few years? My practice has evolved in the respect of…
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Audra Wilson

Audra Wilson: United States House of Representatives

Currently, I am the Deputy Chief of Staff to U.S. Congresswoman Robin Kelly, but my primary area of concentration as an attorney has been public benefits with a concentration in SNAP and food security issues. How has your practice evolved…
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Joseph Dunn

Joseph Dunn: Law Offices of Joseph W. Dunn

I handle only Plaintiff’s personal injury and workers’ compensation cases.  For the first 5 ½ years of my career I was an insurance defense attorney at Costigan & Wollrab, P.C. in Bloomington, Il, so in one way or another, I…
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Matt Passen

Matt Passen: Passen Law Group

My practice is devoted to representing plaintiffs in serious personal injury, medical negligence, and wrongful death matters.  I spent my first several years in practice at Jenner & Block LLP as an associate in the commercial litigation department. How has…
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Steven Pflaum

Steven Pflaum: Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg

Constitutional and complex civil litigation and appeals, with an emphasis on high-stakes cases often involving the public interest encompass my primary practice areas.  Broadly speaking, these practice areas have not changed over the years, but the specific areas of focus…
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Peter Olson

Peter Olson: Chicago Family Law Group

I represent people in divorce situations and child custody matters (unmarried parents). I have always worked in these 2 areas, however, I wasn’t always exclusive to these 2 primary practice areas. The last 5 years or so I’ve become more…
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