Jacqueline Hickey is an associate attorney at Goldberg Weisman Cairo. She has represented clients who have been injured on the job and continues to represent clients in various areas of personal injury law. She is dedicated to fighting for them to ensure they receive the compensation that they deserve. Jacqueline is fluent in Spanish and is GWC’s representative at the Consulate General of Mexico, in Chicago. She goes to the Consulate weekly to give presentations and to speak with clients. She is licensed to practice in Illinois and is a member of the General Bar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Jacqueline began her legal career as a law clerk at the age of 17. Even at a very early age, Jacqueline knew she wanted to advocate for the rights of injured people. Jacqueline’s family consists of proud operating engineers – her great grandfather played a significant role in the formation of what is now known as International Union of Operating Engineers Local 399. To this day, Jacqueline’s family continues to have a major part in the leadership and progress of the Union on both a local and international level.
Jacqueline went on to earn her law degree from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Jacqueline clerked at GWC for two years during law school, while also working as a 711 student-attorney at The John Marshall Immigration Clinic. She was also the vice president and treasurer of the Student Association for Immigration Law and was an active member of the Latino Law Students Association.
In her spare time, she continues to volunteer with Chicago’s immigrant community at citizenship workshops. In addition, she enjoys spending time with her family in Michigan, as well as playing ice hockey and golf.
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Workers’ Compensation Lawyers’ Association
- Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association
- Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois
- DePaul University – Driehaus College of Business
- The John Marshall Law School – Chicago