Jessica G. Nosalki
Jessica G. Nosalski
Jessica has been an associate attorney at Luetkehans, Brady, Garner, and Armstrong since 2020.
Jessica has significant advocacy experience, particularly with oral arguments. In May 2020, she was inducted into the Order of Barristers due to her exceptional skills in oral advocacy and brief writing. At UIC John Marshall Law School, Jessica served as an associate justice on the Moot Court Honors Board. She competed in several moot court competitions during her time at John Marshall, and, in 2019, she was a quarterfinalist in the Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition. She was awarded the CALI award for excellence in Appellate Advocacy. As a clinical intern, Jessica also used her researching skills at the UIC John Marshall Pro Bono Clinic, where she drafted memoranda on varying legal issues.
During her time at LBGA, Jessica has worked on a broad range of cases and subject matters, such as election law, government representation, eminent domain, real estate, and civil litigation. Before coming to work for LBGA, Jessica utilized her oral and written advocacy skills through several different ways. She has a diverse legal background in civil and criminal law, and she has researched and written for many governmental offices. She served as a judicial law clerk for Judge Vincent M. Gaughan in the Circuit Court of Cook County. As a judicial law clerk, she assessed requests for and drafted orders regarding post-conviction relief. She also drafted memoranda addressing several topics, including extended media coverage, decorum orders, jury questionnaires, venue, closed hearings, Garrity protected statements, special prosecutors, Lynch material, expert witnesses, subpoenas, animations and simulations, rights of intervenors, Kastigar hearings, and character evidence. She has worked with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office and with the Homicide Division of the Cook County Public Defender. During her time at Cook County, she analyzed and prepared memoranda regarding various issues of law, and she conducted initial interviews of clients during bond court proceedings. Jessica gained experience in civil law working at Borkan & Schahill, Ltd., where she conducted complicated legal research for civil rights defense litigation.
Jessica received her law degree from the UIC John Marshall Law School in 2020, with a JD Concentration in Trial Advocacy and Dispute Resolution. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago in 2017 magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology.