Aurora Abella-Austriaco Published in Today’s Chicago Woman
CHICAGO, IL –
An interview with CBA President and Clark Hill Attorney Aurora Abella-Austriaco was recently published in the March 5 issue of Today’s Chicago Woman (TCW).
In the interview, Austriaco discussed her fight for the rights of and respect for women and minorities.
TCW targets professional women who make decisions about where their personal and corporate budgets are spent. For nearly three decades, professional women have relied on TCW to be their buying guide around the city. The combination of TCW magazine and TCWmag.com reaches 294,142 readers a month and of that number 50,147 only read TCWmag.com.
Austriaco concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial and real estate litigation, construction litigation, mechanic’s liens, mortgage foreclosure, mortgage fraud, title insurance claims and other special chancery remedy cases.
Austriaco is currently serving as President of the Chicago Bar Association, an organization of more than 22,000 lawyers. She serves on the board of the Chicago Bar Foundation and served on the board of the Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR) for five years and as its vice president for two years. She was elected as the first female and minority president of the Illinois Real Estate Lawyers’ Association (IRELA), an organization of approximately 1,500 real estate lawyers throughout Illinois. Austriaco also served as board member of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois (WBAI). She is a founding board member of the Filipino American Bar Association, past board member and current member of the Asian American Bar Association, and past member of the ISBA Real Estate Section Council. She also was elected to the Board of Directors of Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund Inc., a bar related title insurance company. Austriaco was appointed by Chief Judge Holderman to serve as Chair of the 2012 Magistrate Merit Selection Panel.
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