Ann Leone is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Psychology. She then attended The John Marshall Law School and received her Juris Doctorate. She has worked in various government agencies, including the Department of Children and Family Services and The Cook County Office of The Public Guardian as a Guardian ad litem. Through these agencies, she gained invaluable experience working on various complex juvenile immigration cases and handling many domestic relations cases, including custody disputes and divorces. Additionally, she has worked with numerous non-profits, specializing in adoptions and adult and child guardianships for low-income clients. Ann has volunteered with CASA and provides pro bono translation services to a variety of non-profits across the Chicago-land area. Also, Ann received her certification in Mediation through the Center for Conflict Resolution in Chicago. Ann has committed her practice to preserving justice for low-income clients by providing diligent legal representation in the areas of immigration, family law, probate law, and criminal defense. In her spare time, Ann enjoys practicing yoga, cooking, and volunteering at PAWS.