Abdullah Eric Ali is a law clerk in the Los Angeles office. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Ali worked for over three years as a workers’ compensation claims examiner representing retail clients and hospitals. During law school, Mr. Ali spent his first summer working in the legal department of GE Transportation in Chicago where he gained experience in contract review, litigation, and cyber security. During his second summer of law school, Mr. Ali worked for Hanna Brophy as a law clerk.  Mr. Ali drafted initial file reviews, deposition summaries, record reviews, and plan of actions.

Mr. Ali received his undergraduate degree with a dual major in Business Administration, Major: Accounting and Computer Information Systems from Cal State University, Los Angeles. He then graduated cum laude with a Juris Doctor from Northern Illinois University College of Law where he served as a Notes and Comments Editor of the NIU Law Review.

What I do to be “green” and help the environment:

I only print paper when absolutely necessary. Otherwise, I do all of my reading and work digitally.

  • Workers' Compensation Defense
Awards & Rankings
  • Illinois Judicial Council Foundation’s Honorable John W. Rogers, Sr. Scholarship recipient (2019)
  • “Governor Pritzker’s Executive Power Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic” published in Kane County Bar Association’s Bar Briefs, June 2020


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