|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||1999||05/16/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2014|
|Leading Lawyer||Leading Lawyers Network||2013|
|Top Ten Elder Law Attorneys in Illinois||Leading Lawyers Network||2013|
|Leading Lawyer||Leadling Lawyers||2012|
|Top 100 Female Lawyers in Illinois||Leading Lawyers Network||2012|
|Leading Lawyer||Leading Lawyers Network||2011|
|Leading Lawyer||Leading Lawyers Network||2010|
|Outstanding Chapter Member||National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys||2010|
|Adjunct Professor||John Marshall Law School||2013 - Present|
|Senior Attorney||Delaney Delaney & Voorn, Ltd.||1999 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Moraine Valley Community College||1999 - 2003|
|Associate Attorney||Reinisch Mackenzie, PC||1998 - 1999|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (Illinois chapter)||Treasurer||2012 - Present|
|Alvernia Manor Retirement Home||Board Member||2008 - Present|
|National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (Illinois chapter)||President||2010 - 2011|
|National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (Illinois chapter)||Chairperson PR||1999 - 2002|
|The Braun Book, Vandeplas Publishing (2015)||Social Change and Its Apparent Effect on Senior Healthcare Services: A Comparative Study of Post Soviet Union Russia and the United States||2015|
|Institute of Continuing Legal Education (Illinois)||Medicare - Advising Elderly Clients and Their Families||2011|
|National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Journal||Maneuvering through the Labyrinth of Nursing Home Admissions||2010|
|Lexis Nexis Publishing||Ethics and Elder Law||2008|
|Lewis & Clark Law School||Law||J.D.||1998|
|University of Illinois||Environmental Studies||M.A.||1995|
|University of Illinois||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1992|
|Illinois NAELA Unprogram||Discussion Leader - Necessary Legislative Changes to Protect Seniors||2014|
|2014 International Elder Law and Policy Conference||Social Change and Its Apparent Effect on Senior Care - A Comparison of Facilities and Policies in the U.S. and Russia||2014|
|Unprogram||Discussion Leader - Nursing Home Residents Rights||2013|
|POLST Review||The Intersection between POLST and Powers of Attorney||2013|
|Medicare Update 2013||Handling the Changes in the Medicaid laws||2013|
|Medicaid Update||Medicaid Update 2013||2013|
|IICLE Elder Law Short Course||Trust Decanting & Directed Trusts||2013|
|Elder Law Short Course||Trust Decanting||2013|
|Adult Programming for Seniors||Specialized Estate Planning for Seniors||2013|
|Adult Programming||Medicaid Update||2013|
|Utilizing Trusts for Personal Injury Cases||Supplemental Needs Trusts||2012|
|St. Xavier Estate Planning Symposium||Elder Law Update||2012|
|Lincolnway Special Recreation||Planning for Children with Special Needs||2012|
|Illinois Unprogram||Litigating Medicaid Cases Moderator||2012|
|Elder Law Short Course||Nursing Home Residents Rights||2012|
|A Day on Elder Law||Handling Medicaid Applications and Appeals||2012|
Posted by Phil
I personally hired Amy (and I am an attorney) to handle a situation for me and my firm. I found her and her firm very responsive, trustworthy and highly detailed. Her knowledge in the Elder law practice area is also unsurpassed in my opinion and I would recommend her to friends, family and colleagues any time.
Posted by anonymous
Amy Delaney was recommended to me by another Attorney.
The Attorney told me that with regard to Elder Law, Amy was the best.
How right he was. Amy listens, discusses options and explains the options clearly. She will re-explain as many times as needed. Amy, and her entire staff, gave timely answers to phone messages and e-mails. In the end, Amy did what she said she would do. I don’t know what I would have done without her and those associated with her firm.
In the past, working for a large company, I had the opportunity to work with several Attorneys. Amy without a doubt is one of the best.
Posted by Audrey
My uncle was suddenly in an assisted living facility. For no reason, really. Amy is (or I should say, was) his lawyer. Helped us find a service so we could take my uncle home. Now he has passed away, in his late eighties, and Amy's office prepared and sent me a big packet with all the information I need as a beneficiary of his trust. I know Amy was there through many bumps and thickets in the last few years.
Steven Levin, Personal injury Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I have worked with Amy on client cases, and also through the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She is a diligent, understanding, and respected advocate for her elderly clients both in and outside of the courtroom.