Rachael J. Sinnen
Rachael J. Sinnen is an Associate at Elfenbaum Evers Amarilio & Zielinska, P.C. Rachael graduated cum laude in 2007 from Loyola University of Chicago with degrees in Finance and Spanish. She then earned her Master’s degree in Business Administration in 2008. While at Loyola, Rachael was a scholarship student athlete for the women’s golf team, an NCAA Division I program, and served as assistant coach in 2008. After earning her MBA, Rachael attended Chicago-Kent College of Law and graduated in 2011. During law school, Rachael was a member of Chicago-Kent’s nationally ranked trial advocacy team. Currently, Rachael is an Adjunct Professor for Chicago-Kent’s Trial Advocacy Program and continues to volunteer as a coach for the trial advocacy team.
Rachael speaks Spanish, drawing from her Hispanic heritage and her experience living and working in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Rachael is recently married and lives in Chicago.