Claudia Badillo is an attorney who concentrates in consumer bankruptcy. She was born and raised in Chicago and is of Mexican and Colombian descent. She is a native Spanish speaker. She is a board member of the Puerto Rican Bar Association, a member of the Hispanic Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association.
She has been an attorney since 2008, and is a graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law where she clerked for the Cook County Public Defender’s office. She attended North western University for undergraduate studies, majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in History. She has many years of experience helping clients file for bankruptcy protection under federal laws. Her main focus is representing consumers and creditors in consumer bankruptcy cases.
Other fields of law she practices include: foreclosure defence, loan modifications, contract review, not-for profit law, criminal defence and business start-ups. Other fields of law she practices include: foreclosure defence, loan modifications, contract review, not-for profit law, criminal defence and business start-ups.
Claudia is a monthly contributor to the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, writing quick tips about fitness. In her spare time she likes to run, play volleyball and take ballet classes.