During law school, Ms. El-Amin was an editor and contributor for the Harvard Journal of Racial and Ethnic Justice. She also participated in multiple clinics, working for the Chicago Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and a small law firm tackling police brutality and employment discrimination in the Greater Boston area. Ms. El-Amin also worked as an intern during law school handling employment and medical malpractice matters at the Department of Health and Human Services and served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Ann C. Williams in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Ms. El-Amin practiced management-side employment law at other large firms in the Chicago area.
Pro Bono and Community Involvement
•Public Interest Law Initiative, Young Professionals Board Chair 2018-Present)
•Public Interest Law Initiative, Young Professionals Board Member (2017-Present)
In the News
December 13, 2017
Public Interest Law Initiative
Sabreena El-Amin is Spotlighted as Member of PILI's Young Professionals Board
Sabreena El-Amin is spotlighted as a member of the Young Professionals Board in Introducing PILI’s Young Professionals Board, published by the Public Interest Law Initiative.Subscription may be required to view article
Professional Associations and Activities
•Black Women Lawyer Association of Chicago
•National Employment Lawyers Council
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