Max Senn attended Loyola University Chicago, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with honors, and a minor in French Language. Max then received his Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

At Loyola, Max pursued a rigorous coursework in trial work and advocacy, receiving a Certificate in Advocacy from Loyola’s Dan K. Webb Center for Advocacy. Max also became an active member of various Chicago legal organizations, which he still maintains ties with today.

During his coursework in litigation, Max worked with Loyola’s Community Law Center Clinic, where he worked as an Illinois Rule-711 certified attorney. At the Clinic, Max represented children from working class families as a guardian ad litem, a court appointed child advocate who ensures children’s interests are preserved in disputed guardianship cases. Max rigorously advocated for children and presented his recommendation before judges, who decided guardianship issues with his recommendations in mind.

Prior to being hired on as an attorney at GWC, Max worked for over two years in GWC’s Workers’ Compensation Department as a law clerk. In that time, Max received outstanding insight into the day-to-day handling and ultimate success of Illinois Worker’s Compensation cases.

Max is licensed to practice law in Illinois. Outside of legal practice, Max has a passion for photography and music. As the first attorney in his family, Max is has made his own way in the complex practice of law. Max is excited to put all he has learned to work, helping working people who have suffered injuries maximize the benefits they receive.

Bar Associations
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • Chicago Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
Memberships
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
  • Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Association
Education History
  • Loyola University Chicago
  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law

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