I attended John Marshall Law School in Chicago for my law degree. I clerked for the Cook County Public Defender and the Law Office of Joseph V. Roddy during my time as a student. I... more
I attended John Marshall Law School in Chicago for my law degree. I clerked for the Cook County Public Defender and the Law Office of Joseph V. Roddy during my time as a student. I obtained a real working knowledge of criminal and civil legal proceedings as a law clerk which really helped me during my first years as a licensed attorney. After law school and passing the bar exam I worked ... view profile
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