Caroline K. Vickrey concentrates her practice on health care law, as well as employment. Ms. Vickrey practiced commercial and municipal civil rights litigation at Hefter & Radke following law school, and later at the Illinois Attorney General's Office, where she worked in the Labor & Employment Division.
During a hiatus from the practice of law while she raised her three children, she was deeply involved in her community, serving four terms on her Local School Council and ultimately running for Alderman of the 43rd Ward in Lincoln Park. More recently, Caroline has worked with Pro Bono Network out of Oak Park, in conjunction with Cabrini Green Legal Aid, Metropolitan Family Services and other aid organizations.
Ms. Vickrey currently represents hospitals, physicians, nursing homes, corporations and private citizens in a wide range of medical malpractice, medical licensing, wrongful discharge, premises and civil rights actions. Two years ago, she co-chaired a pro bono First Degree Murder trial and obtained an acquittal on behalf of her client. Ms. Vickrey has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at DePaul University, teaching Legal Analysis, Research and Communication, and currently serves as a member of the Chicago Founder's council of the American Writer's Museum.
Read about Ms. Vickrey's most recent trial result here.