Mary Curry (JD '05) is a law clerk to the Honorable Susan E. Cox, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Following law school at Loyola, where she was a health law fellow from the Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy, Mary worked as a law clerk in the Chancery Division for the Honorable Patrick E. McGann, and the Honorable James F. Henry (Ret.). She is currently a member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association, and was recently appointed chair of the CBA’s Young Lawyers Section. She has also served on the Health Law Committee of the CBA. Mary is married with two small children and enjoys summer outdoors. She was recently featured in Chicago Lawyer for her work with the Chicago Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section, which set out to establish a committee to explore the future of the legal profession, and to help promote changes in the way the profession operates. “The challenge I want to send to the young lawyers in Chicago is: How are we going to be better leaders than some of the leaders ahead of us?” Curry said. “We’re going to be the people who are going to make the changes and so we, right now, should be thinking about how we can do it different and better.” To read the article, click here.