Sara Walsh has been an Illinois licensed attorney since 2010. Ms. Walsh graduated with high distinction from the University of Illinois Urbana/Champaign. Ms. Walsh worked in healthcare before attending law school at Loyola University in Chicago. While in law school, Ms. Walsh was Senior Editor of the Children Legal Rights Journal and she interned for the Department of Justice and the Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago. Ms. Walsh worked at the City of Chicago Law Department while attending school where she was able to hone her skills in the courtroom as a 711 law clerk. Ms. Walsh graduated from Loyola in 2010 and earned a Public Interest Award at graduation. After graduation, she worked at a small firm in Chicago where she practiced criminal defense, administrative law, and labor law. Since then, she has practiced in the areas of criminal defense, labor law, administrative law, family law, and various other legal matters. Ms. Walsh has been an Associate with Shimanovsky & Moscardini, LLP since 2012. She is fluent in Spanish.Read less
Honors: Public Interest Award
Law Review: Children Legal Rights Journal, Senior EditorThe University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, Illinois, 2006
B.A. with High Distinction
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