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AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Board of Directors adds new member

Chicago, IL — AIDS Legal Council of Chicago (ALCC) is pleased to announce the addition Jena Levin to the Board of Directors.  Levin is currently an associate at Foley and Lardner LLP and member of the Business Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice at the firm.  She is committed to pro bono services and has represented clients through the Lawyers for the Creative Arts, and the National Immigrant Justice Clinic.  Prior to joining Foley and Lardner, she gained experience while serving clients at the AIDS Legal Project in North Carolina.  Levin received her law degree from Duke University and her B.A. at the University of North Carolina. 

Jena Levin :: alcc
Jena Levin 
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Todd Solomon, ALCC board President and partner at McDermott Will and Emery, said of Levin, "Jena brings knowledge, passion, and enthusiasm for the important work that ALCC does for people impacted by HIV.  I am delighted to welcome her to the Board of Directors and know she will be a valuable asset to the organization."

ALCC's Board of Directors consists of nearly twenty professionals who represent a broad range of corporate, legal, medical, and non-profit organizations.

Founded a quarter-century ago, ALCC uses the power of the law to provide to provide health, dignity, and stability for people with HIV and their families.  The Council provides free direct legal services to people in need, educates the public about HIV-related legal issues, and advocates for social policies that ensure fair treatment for all people affected by HIV.  More information at or by calling 312-427-8990.

Way to go, Jena. Am very proud of you! love, Mom
Posted by Susan Levin on Thu, 11/14/2013 5:55 PM
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