Fallon’s practice concentration is on Workers’ Compensation and civil litigation in Chicago.
Fallon is a 2017 graduate of Loyola University School of Law. After completing her 1L year, Fallon worked as a law clerk at Corboy & Demetrio, P.C. Where she assisted in cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, trucking accidents, construction negligence, pharmaceuticals, medical negligence and concussion injury litigation. As a law clerk, Fallon became intricately involved with each stage of litigation by assisting with written discovery; meeting with clients; assisting with deposition preparation; drafting a variety of motions (including motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment at both the federal and state level); assisting with pre-trial preparation by drafting motions in limine; and assisting with post-trial matters by drafting and responding motions to reconsider and appellate briefs. Fallon also assisted with the publication of several news articles related to sports injuries for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
Fallon gained courtroom experience during law school by using her 7-11 license to handle cases for Loyola University’s Community Law Clinic. In the Law Clinic, Fallon represented the rights of minors and disabled adults as a Guardian ad litem. Fallon also participated on the Loyola University Criminal Mock Trial Team. Her leadership skills earned her the roles of Team Captain of the Criminal Mock Trial Team and Publicity Director for the Daniel K. Webb Center for Advocacy.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Fallon Sommerfeld