Sara Bartosz joined the staff of Children’s Rights in December 2003 following 17 years of combined law practice as a private trial attorney in Chicago and later as a government lawyer in Washington, DC. She served as General Counsel at the Office of Administration within the Executive Office of the President during the second term of President William Jefferson Clinton, where she provided counsel to senior White House officials on a variety of legislative, policy and administrative matters and represented the Executive Office of the President in a wide range of congressional, independent counsel and Justice Department investigations.
Prior to joining the Clinton Administration, Ms. Bartosz was a partner in the Chicago Litigation firm Cahill, Christian & Kunkle Ltd, where she conducted a broad trial practice in commercial, environmental, civil rights, criminal, product liability, and shareholder disputes. She also served as a Special State’s Attorney for DuPage County, IL, in a lengthy criminal trial against former prosecutors and police officers.
Ms. Bartosz served as Assistant Chair of the Judicial Evaluation Committee of the Chicago Bar Association in 1999-2000. She earned her B.A. from the University of Notre Dame and graduated from the Loyola University School of Law.