Jaclyn D. Jednachowski
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Jaclyn earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with minors in History and Business from Indiana University in 2006, where she graduated with distinction. Jaclyn went on to earn her Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School in 2010. While in law school she clerked for The Honorable Bill Taylor and The Honorable Edward Washington II in the Cook County Circuit Court. Jaclyn also clerked for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office Felony Trial Division while in Law School. After earning the distinction of Top 2 Advocates following completion of the Comparative Trial Advocacy Course completed in Dublin, Ireland, Jaclyn earned the opportunity to clerk for Mr. Justice Adrian Hardiman of the Supreme Court of Ireland and The Honorable Yvonne Murphy of the Criminal Courts of Ireland.
Prior to joining Rusin & Maciorowski, Jaclyn worked at a defense firm defending employers in Worker’s Compensation matters. Jaclyn joined Rusin & Maciorowski in April 2014. She has experience successfully trying cases at the Arbitration level and has obtained decisions where compensation was completely denied. Jaclyn has experience representing clients at all levels from Arbitration up through the Appellate Court.
Outside of the office, Jaclyn enjoys spending time with her family and her two dogs. She enjoys being active and is learning to play golf. Jaclyn is an avid sports fan, and loves cheering on her Indiana Hoosiers and Chicago sports teams.
B.A. in Political Science with minors in History and Business, Indiana University, with distinction, 2006
J.D., The John Marshall Law School, 2010
- Illinois, 2010
- Illinois State Bar Association