Rachel Borsellino, Esq., Associate Attorney
Rachel Borsellino is a recent graduate of IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law where she earned a Juris Doctorate, and was licensed as an attorney with the Supreme Court of Illinois in May, 2019.
While attending law school, Ms. Borsellino served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Alison Conlon in the First Municipal Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County, and was a law clerk at Bennett & Bangser, LLC, a boutique family law firm in Chicago. In addition to her experience as a judicial extern and law clerk, Ms. Borsellino held the position of clinical student at the Family Law Offices of Chicago-Kent, where she facilitated home studies with children being represented in Guardian ad Litem matters.
Prior to law school, Ms. Borsellino earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Lewis University, and is currently a board-certified Licensed Professional Counselor, highly trained in providing diagnoses, intervention, and counseling services to couples, children, families, individuals, and groups alike. Ms. Borsellino also graduated with high honors while earning a Bachelor’s Degree from Lewis University in Criminal / Social Justice.
Ms. Borsellino’s journey to the area of family law began during her role as an Intensive Probation Officer with the Juvenile Division of DuPage County, where she spent a considerable amount of time in the courtroom advocating on behalf of high-risk youth who were often a product of their circumstances. She often served as a liaison between the court and the community in detaining, protecting, and monitoring her caseload, as well as a voice for the children she represented.
Ms. Borsellino’s background brings a unique set of skills and perspective to our firm, as well as a sense of relatability to our clients. She began working at Erin Webster O’Brien, P.C. in November, 2018 as a law clerk, and then as an associate attorney in May, 2019. Ms. Borsellino spends much of her time outside of work enjoying her daughter, Isabella.