Chicago, Illinois 60602
Saloni Shah concentrates her practice on surety law, commercial bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and probate.
Saloni earned her J.D. from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. While in law school, she was a research assistant and a teaching assistant for Contracts and Legal Writing. As a recipient of the CALI Excellence for Future Awards, Saloni interned with the Department of Homeland Security- Immigration and Customs Enforcement and with United States Citizenship and Immigration Service. Following her passion for writing and research, Saloni accepted a position as an adjunct professor at The John Marshall Law School for the fall semester of 2016.
After graduating from law school, Saloni worked for an LLC in the telecommunications industry. There she researched local and state right of way laws, zoning regulations, and permitting procedures. Working on hundreds of site acquisitions, performance bonds, and certificate of insurances, she expanded her knowledge in construction law.
Saloni earned her B.A. in Political Science, with a minor in History and Psychology from Loyola University Chicago. She presented her research paper on the Application of the Democratic Principles to the Functioning of the EU at the European Union Center of California- Research Conference on the European Union in 2011. Saloni also interned at the Circuit Court of Cook County- Probate Division, and at the Illinois Appellate Court during her last year at Loyola.
John Marshall Law School
(J.D. – 2015)
Loyola University Chicago
(B.A. – 2011)