Samantha A. DudzinskiAssociate Attorney
Samantha A. Dudzinski joined Rammelkamp Bradney in 2016. She concentrates her practice in labor, employment, and school law. In 2012, Samantha received her B.A. in Politics from Oberlin College, with a minor in Law & Society. During her undergraduate studies, Samantha was a member of the Varsity Track and Field Team, acting as captain her senior year. Samantha was also a staff writer for the Oberlin Review, in which she wrote a feature piece “Get Paid to Play: A Look at the NCAA and its Athletes.”
Samantha received her J.D. at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law with a certificate in Labor and Employment Law. She was an active member of Chicago-Kent’s Society of Women in Law, Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and the Labor and Employment Law Society.
In 2015, Samantha was selected by Chicago-Kent staff in the Labor and Employment Law Program to receive the Sandra P. Zemm Prize. The prize is awarded annually to a third-year student in the Labor and Employment Law Certificate Program who exemplifies the qualities that Ms. Zemm (Seyfarth Shaw) possessed: “a commitment to pursue a career in labor and employment law, a pioneer spirit and willingness to take the initiative whenever possible, and a gracious and generous attitude toward helping those in need.”
During law school, Samantha clerked at plaintiff’s personal injury and worker’s compensation firms. She interned for the Law Offices of Chicago-Kent’s Plaintiff’s Employment Discrimination Clinic. Samantha also spent time volunteering at CARPLS, providing free legal advice to low- and moderate-income residents in Cook County.
- Illinois, 2015
- Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, Illinois, 2015 J.D.
- Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, 2012 B.A., Major in Politics, Minor: Law and Society
- Morgan County Bar Association, 2016 – Present
- Illinois Bar Association, 2015 – Present