Pamela E. Szelung earned her undergraduate degree at Loyola University Chicago in December 2009 with a major in finance. She attended The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois and received her Juris Doctor degree in May 2014. While earning her law degree, Pamela participated in moot court and trial advocacy competitions (placing as a quarterfinalist in the Kaufman Securities Law Moot Court Competition in New York City), externed i the mortgage foreclosure division at the Richard J. Daley Center in Chicago, and served as the Editor-in-Chief for The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology and Privacy Law.
In January 2015 Pamela earned her Master of Laws degree from The John Marshall Law School in International Business and Trade with a Certificate of Concentration in International Corporate and Finance Law. Her advanced coursework included such topics as securities regulation, individual and corporate income tax, international real estate, and international finance and banking law.
Since graduating with her J.D., Pamela has remained active in the John Marshall community by volunteering to judge moot court competitions sponsored by The John Marshall Law School and serving as the Senior Editor of The Global Markets Law Journal, a peer-reviewed legal journal sponsored by The John Marshall Law School’s Center for International Law. During her time serving as Editor for both The Journal of Information Technology and Privacy Law and The Global Markets Law Journal, she has reviewed and edited over forty scholarly publications written by legal professionals and academics around the world.
Pamela E. Szelung is licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois, as well as the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the Chicago Bar Association. Pamela currently lives in Oak Lawn with her husband.