"I had a wonderful time as a law clerk at the Cook County Office of the Public Guardian. I worked in the juvenile division, which represents children in abuse and neglect proceedings, as both the attorney and guardian ad litem. Because I had my 7-11 license (in Illinois, senior law students are eligible for a license to practice in a limited manner under Supreme Court Rule 7-11), I was able to stand up on several cases in court under the supervision of an attorney."
—Kristin Eiermann, 3L, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Bergstrom Fellowship Past Participants
Summer 2011 Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Fellows
Summer 2010 Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Fellows
Summer 2009 Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Fellows
Summer 2008 Bergstrom Chlid Welfare Law Fellows
Summer 2007 Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Fellows
Summer 2006 Bergstrom Child Welfare Law Fellows
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