Mary Liberty is an associate attorney at the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group by Haid and Teich, LLP. Ms. Liberty joined the firm in October 2020 and practices exclusively in the area of family law.
Ms. Liberty started her career as a law clerk in general civil litigation and personal injury before dedicating her practice exclusively to family law. While in law school, Ms. Liberty participated in Loyola’s Veteran’s Clinic and Community Law Clinic as a Supreme Court 711 Student Attorney where she represented veterans and worked as a Guardian ad Litem in divorce and child custody cases.
Ms. Liberty earned her law degree from Loyola Chicago School of Law where she graduated cum laude. Ms. Liberty served on the executive board of the Loyola Environmental Law Society and was published in Loyola’s Health Law Journal. Ms. Liberty was also selected to compete abroad on the school’s international mediation team.
Ms. Liberty received her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Social Work from the University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign. During her time at the University of Illinois, Ms. Liberty participated in an international diplomatic program at the United Nations in Vienna, Austria.
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