Mary Miles became a personal injury attorney to fulfill her mission to advocate for people struggling with injuries or illness. Mary’s strong interest in health advocacy began during her undergraduate studies. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Health with a concentration in Health Behavior from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2015 and graduated with high honors. While at the University of Illinois, Mary served as a Research Assistant for the Family Resiliency Center’s STRONG KIDS Program. Mary presented a research project based on findings of the study at the University’s 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium. Additionally, Mary interned for Champaign County Health Care Consumers, a facility which provides health care services to under and uninsured members of the community. These experiences allowed Mary to connect with members of the community during stressful periods of their lives while they were injured or ill and in need of health care services.
Mary attended law school with the determination to focus on health law. She graduated Cum Laude from The John Marshall Law School in 2018. During her time at John Marshall, she earned a prestigious judicial externship with the Honorable Thomas M. Durkin of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Mary also served as a board member on John Marshall’s Moot Court Honors Program and competed in the 2017 Chicago Bar Association Moot Court Competition. Additionally, she was selected to serve as a teaching assistant for both the Lawyering Skills I and Lawyering Skills III courses at John Marshall which enabled her to hone her strong writing and advocacy skills.
Outside of work, Mary loves to read novels, travel, and spend time with her friends and family, including her black lab, Jordan.
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