North Suburban Legal Aid Clinic (NSLAC) is pleased to announce the hiring of Kelly Ehrenreich as a staff attorney. Ehrenreich will be assisting NSLAC’s Domestic Violence Law Practice.
Kelly Ehrenreich is an attorney dedicated to zealous advocacy for people who have experienced gender-based violence. Kelly has served clients who have endured domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking since beginning her legal career.
Before joining the Clinic, Kelly worked as a Staff Attorney at Life Span Center for Legal Services & Advocacy in Chicago and Prairie State Legal Services in Bloomington-Normal. Kelly also interned with the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation, Michigan Law’s Human Trafficking Clinic, and Legal Services of South Central Michigan’s Family Law Project. At each of these organizations, Kelly strived to serve folks who suffered gender-based violence in a wide variety of litigation matters with compassion and commitment to holistic representation.
Kelly received her J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and her B.A. in Honors Political Science with Minors in Economics and Religious Studies from the University of Delaware.
“Since the start of the pandemic, we have seen a dramatic rise in domestic violence cases and we continue to make sure that we have the resources needed to help domestic violence victims find safety and go on to live productive and secure lives,” stated Executive Director Susan Shulman. “We are pleased to welcome Kelly to the team as we make the law work for all. Her experience in domestic violence law and the public sector will serve our clients well as she offers counsel to best fit their unique situation.”