Kelly Wieczorek graduated from John Marshall Law School in 2019 where she graduated second in her class. Kelly successfully passed the July 2019 Illinois Bar Exam and has since completed training in mediation and collaborative law.
For the past 10 years, Kelly has dedicated herself to learning and experiencing various aspects of the legal process. She worked full time as a paralegal while completing her bachelor’s degree. During law school, Kelly was an intern for Chief Judge Schoenstedt and Judge Archambeault in Will County, where she worked closely on dissolution and parentage matters, and she was a law clerk for a family law firm working in all areas of divorce. Kelly spent time volunteering as a 711 Attorney at Administer Justice helping the underprivileged on family law matters and estate planning. While juggling school, internships, and volunteering, Kelly won several Trial Advocacy competitions that focused on a participant’s ability to advocate for their client.
Kelly is a highly motivated and passionate attorney with an extensive understanding of the procedural and substantive aspects of family law. She is excited to utilize her advocacy skills to promote the best interest of her clients and their families. As a child of divorced parents, Kelly understands the complexities of the family dynamic after a divorce and the affects it has on all people involved, parents and children alike. Kelly looks forward to working closely with her clients and the highly experienced attorneys at Manassa Law P.C. to reach resolutions that are best suited to the needs and concerns of her clients.
Certified Legal Specialties
J.D., John Marshall Law School, 2019
B.S., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2016
Professional Associations and Memberships
Illinois Women’s Bar Association
Fellow of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois
Pro Bono Activities
Volunteer, 711 Attorney at Administer Justice