Sandra M. Rosenbloom
Title/s: Solo Practitioner, Law Office of Sandra M. Rosenbloom
Specialty Area: ChildLaw (Campus), Advocacy (Dispute Resolution)
Sandra Rosenbloom is a solo practitioner on the North Shore where she practices family law. She has handled and resolved many family law matters over her years in practice, both through litigation as well as alternative dispute resolutions. Because of her experience with how litigation often adversely affects families, she now concentrates her family law practice in mediation and the emerging field of Collaborative Practice. She is a Fellow of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois, as well as a former Director of CLII's Board and co-chair of the Collaborative Basic Training committee, as well as on the faculty for CLII’s Collaborative Basic Training. Ms. Rosenbloom earned her law degree at Loyola Law School where she was Student Articles Editor of the Loyola Law Review. As a member of the adjunct faculty, she teaches the law school's course on alternative dispute resolution.
University of Missouri, 1959-1960; University of Wisconsin, 1960;
BA, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Roosevelt University, 1962
JD, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 1992
Mediation Training, Zena Zumeta 2000