Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology ,
J.D., cum laude, 2010
University of Kansas,
B.S., Spanish and French, 2005
Illinois US Bank Ct, Northern District
Thompson Coburn LLP
French, Basic Proficiency
Audrey focuses on complex commercial litigation. Her clients include local businesses, national banking institutions, Fortune 500 companies, and multi-national corporations. Audrey has extensive experience handling mass tort claims, contract disputes, business torts, fraud claims, and asbestos cases in state and federal courts across the country and she also serves a national counsel coordinating the defense of multi-jurisdictional product liability claims.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn, Audrey worked at a small litigation firm in Chicago. She has also served as a judicial extern for the Circuit Court of Cook County, Commercial Division and a legal intern for the Kosovar Parliament in Pristina, Kosovo. In her free time, Audrey is foredeck on a competitive sailing team.
We Could Tell You, but then We'd Have to Kill You: How Indigenous Cultural Secrecy Impedes the Protection of Natural Cultural Heritage in the United States;
Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law
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