Michelle is a devoted advocate for class action plaintiffs.
Michelle diligently works to protect consumers and individuals wronged by the malfeasance of big businesses and corporations. With her background in psychology, she is uniquely equipped to understand the needs of her clients because of her ability to actively listen, effectively communicate, and design creative legal strategies in the pursuit of justice.
Prior to joining DiCello Levitt, Michelle served as a Judicial Extern in the Circuit Court of Cook County, where she worked on a wide array of commercial matters. During law school, Michelle served as Executive Articles Editor for the Chicago-Kent Law Review and as a Legal Writing Teaching Assistant for first-year students. Michelle was also a member of Chicago-Kent’s top-ranked Moot Court Honor Society, where she finished as a finalist in the 2020 National Health Law Moot Court Competition. Michelle additionally received a CALI Award for achieving the highest grade in Constitutional Torts and was named to the Dean’s List during her time at Chicago-Kent.
Prior to law school, Michelle graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Criminal Justice.