CAMILA DI MAURI
Associate

Camila Di Mauri is an Associate at CROKE FAIRCHILD DUARTE & BERES.  She focuses on general corporate and transactional matters.

During law school, Camila worked with the Illinois Attorney General’s Office’s Special Litigation Bureau and helped launch the state’s first unconstitutional pattern and practice investigation of police misconduct. Before law school, Camila was a Federal Litigation Coordinator at the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC), where she worked with detained mothers and children separated by the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security’s policies. At NIJC, she also worked on a nationwide class action lawsuit challenging the practice of transferring children from shelters to ICE-contracted jails and prisons on their 18th birthdays. In addition to her experience in litigation, Camila successfully represented victims of crimes and gender-related violence in affirmative proceedings before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and Board of Immigration Appeals.

Camila is a member of the American Bar Association and State Bar of Wisconsin.

Camila Di Mauri

Direct: 773.354.7364

EDUCATION

  • University of Wisconsin Law School, J.D.
  • University of Colorado at Denver, B.A.

ADMISSIONS

  • Illinois*
  • Wisconsin

*Not yet admitted in Illinois, working under the supervision of licensed Illinois attorneys

Camila Di Mauri

CAMILA DI MAURI
Associate

Direct: 773.354.7364

EDUCATION

  • University of Wisconsin Law School, J.D.
  • University of Colorado at Denver, B.A.

ADMISSIONS

  • Illinois*
  • Wisconsin

*Not yet admitted in Illinois, working under the supervision of licensed Illinois attorneys

Camila Di Mauri is an Associate at CROKE FAIRCHILD DUARTE & BERES.  She focuses on general corporate and transactional matters.

During law school, Camila worked with the Illinois Attorney General’s Office’s Special Litigation Bureau and helped launch the state’s first unconstitutional pattern and practice investigation of police misconduct. Before law school, Camila was a Federal Litigation Coordinator at the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC), where she worked with detained mothers and children separated by the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security’s policies. At NIJC, she also worked on a nationwide class action lawsuit challenging the practice of transferring children from shelters to ICE-contracted jails and prisons on their 18th birthdays. In addition to her experience in litigation, Camila successfully represented victims of crimes and gender-related violence in affirmative proceedings before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and Board of Immigration Appeals.

Camila is a member of the American Bar Association and State Bar of Wisconsin.