Lindsay M. Jurgensen
Lindsay M. Jurgensen is a licensed attorney in Illinois, and she is committed to advocating for individuals and families navigating all stages of the legal process. She received her law degree from DePaul University College of Law in 2014. She is also a 2008 graduate of Wheaton College, where she earned a Bachelor in Arts in both Communication and Sociology and a certificate in Human Needs and Global Resources. Throughout law school, Lindsay was involved in the DePaul University DeCanto Family Law Center, the International Legal Society, the DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal, and she was awarded the Benjamin Hooks Distinguished Public Service Award for her volunteer service while at DePaul.
As a law student, Lindsay worked in several internships and clerkships in the Chicagoland area. She interned at the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office in the Juvenile Justice Bureau Child Protection Division, assisting Assistant State’s Attorneys in cases of child abuse and neglect. At the Chicago Legal Clinic, she aided the Deputy Director and Domestic Violence Program Director with a variety of family law cases, including divorce, custody/visitation, adoption, guardianship, and domestic violence. Lindsay also interned at the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation, assisting attorneys in advocating for victims. During her third year of law school, Lindsay was awarded a scholarship through the Kott Gerontology Program, through which she worked as a 711 licensed law clerk with the Center for Disability & Elder Law. In this position, Lindsay handled a caseload in a variety of issues, including divorce, wills, advanced directives, consumer fraud, and housing. Lindsay has also interned at law offices handling personal injury, real estate, and civil appeal cases.
Through these experiences, Lindsay has gained deeper passion and experience working on a diverse array of legal issues. She is dedicated to addressing the unique legal needs of each client.
Juris Doctor, DePaul University College of Law, 2014
B.A. Sociology, Communications, Wheaton College, 2008
United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois, 2014
DuPage County Bar Association
- Kollias & Giese, P.C. 2014 to present
- Center for Disability & Elder Law, 2013-2014, Rule 711 Intern
- Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, 2013, Rule 711 Intern, Child Protection Division
- Chicago Legal Clinic, 2013, Legal Intern
- Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation, 2012, Legal Intern