• Taylor Made For Justice

    Mable Taylor For Circuit Court Judge

     

    Mabel Taylor is a lifelong resident of Chicago's Westside, who earned an undergraduate degree from Roosevelt University and a law degree from DePaul University College of Law. She has over 40 years of diverse legal experience with 21 years in private practice. In addition, she has taught a variety of law courses at the following academic institutions: Roosevelt University, Robert Morris College, Malcolm X College, City Colleges of Chicago, and Illinois School of Commerce. Mabel is also an active participant in her community, where she serves on numerous community boards. She truly believes that Chicagoans deserve a judicial system that is both fair and impartial, therefore her ultimate goal is to make sure that you are treated with the utmost respect and integrity at all times.

     

    Community Involvement

     

    Current Participation:

    • Volunteer Attorney for the Chicago Legal Advocacy for Incarcerated Mothers at Cook County Jail (CLAIM)
    • Volunteer Attorney for the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foreclosure Mediation Program
    • Board Member for the First Defense 24-Hour Free Legal Assistance Program
    • Law Student Internship Program
    • Board Member for the Keystone Baptist Church
    • Board Member for the Westside Holistic Family Center

     

    Previous Participation:

    • Volunteer Attorney for the First Defense 24-Hour Free Legal Assistance Program
    • Volunteer Attorney for the Dorothy Brown’s Expungement Summit
    • Board Member for the Major Adams Community Committee
    • Member for the West Haven Planning Committee
    • Member for the Westside Ministers Coalition

     

    Professional Organizations

    • National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys
    • Admitted to practice before the US Supreme Court
    • Federal Trial Bar Member
    • National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys

    Mable teaching students about their constitutional rights.

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