It was a mock trail in junior high that solidified Caroline’s desire to be a lawyer. She thrived on the experience of advocating for others and giving people a voice. Today, Caroline is an experienced litigator assisting clients in both civil and business litigation matters. She defends clients in contract claims, breach of fiduciary duty and personal injury matters.
Through college Caroline had a contract with a well-known modeling agency, which helped her build professional relationships with well known brands, present herself with confidence and deal with the pressures of a rigorous schedule. She draws on this experience today while advising clients, appearing in court and collaborating with colleagues.
Outside the office, Caroline is active in the Polish community through the Polish Advocates Society. Both of her parents immigrated to the U.S. from Poland and she enjoys keeping their family traditions alive.
Membership & Involvement
- Illinois State Bar Association: Civil Practice & Procedure Section Council Member, 2023 - Present; Young Lawyers Division Section Council Member, 2023 - Present
- Member: Chicago Bar Association
Resources & Insights
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Courts - An OverviewSpeaking Engagement,
- The Rise and Fall of the Robot Lawyer: The Beginning of AI Regulation in Legal PracticePublication, Illinois State Bar Association Trial Briefs, Vol 69 No. 6,
- Green Bay Chapter SHRM Annual Legal ConferenceGreen Bay Chapter SHRM Annual Legal Conference
Amundsen Davis Attorneys will present at the Green Bay Chapter SHRM Annual Legal Conference.
- Happy Public Domain Day!Happy Public Domain Day!
Public Domain Day is one of the lesser known winter holidays celebrated by the elite few – artists of all sorts and copyright attorneys. We either mourn the passing of works into the public domain after decades of keeping them safe and warm or hail the expiration of long-held copyrights in anticipation of new, insightful, adaptive, and creative uses of these works and characters.
- The Challenge of Serving in Black Robes, Not White Coats: The Second District Affirms the Denial of Patients’ Requests for IvermectinThe Challenge of Serving in Black Robes, Not White Coats: The Second District Affirms the Denial of Patients’ Requests for Ivermectin
Read Edna McLain’s recent article, “The Challenge of Serving in Black Robes, Not White Coats: The Second District Affirms the Denial of Patients’ Requests for Ivermectin” in IDC Quarterly!
- Keeping an Eye on PHI: OCR Guidance Concerning Permissible Disclosures of Reproductive Health PHI following DobbsKeeping an Eye on PHI: OCR Guidance Concerning Permissible Disclosures of Reproductive Health PHI following Dobbs
Learn the new guidance post-Dobbs for patient’s health information concerning abortion and other sexual and reproductive health services.