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Lisa Dominick joined the firm in 2018 after graduating from DePaul College of Law. She brings with her 5 years of legal experience, having worked previously at an employment law firm where she assisted attorneys throughout all phases of the litigation process, from discovery to trial preparation, and worked intricately with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in pursuing employee discrimination claims.
During law school, Lisa received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Contracts and earned a position as Clerk for the Chief Judge of the Family Division where she helped draft opinions and gained invaluable litigation experience. She was a staff editor on the Journal for Women, Gender, and the Law in 2016.
Lisa graduated from Illinois State University in 2015 where she obtained her undergraduate degree in English with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. Now, Lisa is a member of the Professional Women’s Club of Chicago and is always looking to grow and build her professional network.
Illinois State, Bachelor’s Degree in English, Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies
DePaul College of Law, J.D.
Admitted to Practice
Illinois State Bar Association
Chicago Bar Association
Professional Women’s Club of Chicago
Women’s Bar Association of Illinois
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