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Title/s: Judicial Law Clerk, Illinois Appellate Court
Megan Sheridan has served several terms as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Justice Patrick J. Quinn of the Illinois Appellate Court. Prior to clerking for Justice Quinn, Ms. Sheridan worked as a research attorney for the Illinois Appellate Court. As a law clerk and research attorney, Ms. Sheridan drafted and edited numerous opinions and orders in both criminal and civil appeals. Ms. Sheridan supervised the Externship program for her chambers for second and third-year law students. As a law student, Ms. Sheridan served on her school’s Law Review, and in leadership roles for the Student Bar Association and her school’s founding chapter of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois. Ms. Sheridan also served as an intern at Oney & Assoc., where she assisted in gender, age, and racial discrimination cases under Title VII.
BA, Loyola University Chicago, 1998
JD summa cum laude, DePaul University College of Law, 2002