Title/s: Supervising Attorney
Office #: Corboy 715A
Marc Raifman joins the Health Justice Project as a Supervising Attorney. In his legal practice, Marc protects the civil legal rights of clients, counsels clients on a range of health-harming legal needs across areas of civil law, and supports the training of Health Justice Project law students in the twin practices of direct legal service provision and systemic advocacy. Marc’s clients are most frequently Loyola Medicine patients, who come to the Health Justice Project through our Medical-Legal Partnership between the School of Law, Stritch School of Medicine and Loyola Medicine.
Marc previously worked as a Staff Attorney at Legal Aid Chicago, implementing a Medical-Legal Partnership with Cook County Health, one of the largest public health systems in the United States. Marc additionally brings to Loyola a decade of prior interdisciplinary experience concerning the provision of direct social services. He has primarily led and supported teams in implementing community-driven, social and public health programs and policies in support of people returning from incarceration.
Marc earned his Master of Public Policy from the Harris School at the University of Chicago in 2014. He first became a Rambler in 2016 as part of the inaugural Weekend JD Program. He earned his JD and Illinois Law License in 2019, graduating cum laude from Loyola. He rejoins the Loyola community as he begins his second decade living in Chicago. He hails from New York and against the advice of his own attorney, is a proud Yankee fan.
Juris Doctor, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Master of Public Policy, University of Chicago