Vincent Arrigo dedicates his legal advocacy to those who have been wrongly abused or neglected. He decided to pursue a career in law due to his deep respect for the tradition and ability of lawyers to affect change in society.
Prior to his recent appointment, Vincent served as law clerk for Romanucci & Blandin and contributed to cases concerning personal injury, medical negligence and product liability.
Vincent completed his tenure at United Service Companies, Inc. in 2013, where he created and implemented an automated and secured subpoena compliance and litigation hold process to protect employee information during interdepartmental communication.
Vincent also clerked for the Honorable James P. Flannery Jr., Presiding Judge of the Law Division and the Honorable Raymond W. Mitchell, Circuit Court of Cook County, during which time he researched and drafted memoranda in anticipation of hearings and rulings throughout the Law Division on various motions, including summary judgment, as well as crafted orders including rulings on motions to reconsider and to dismiss.
Vincent earned his Bachelors at the University of Chicago in public policy and graduated from the John Marshall Law School, where he was awarded to the Dean’s List.
- Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA)
- Chicago Bar Association (CBA)
- J.D., John Marshall Law School, 2015
- Illinois Civil Procedure CALI Scholarship Recipient
- Estates & Trusts CALI Scholarship Recipient