Jennifer Irmen

Jennifer P. Irmen

Elmhurst College, 2000
The John Marshall Law School, 2004
Blair Caravelli Irmen Enright Law
321 N. Clark Street, 5th Floor
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 857-4529

As an experienced trial attorney at the law firm of Blair | Caravelli | Irmen | Enright Law, LLC, Jennifer P. Irmen zealously prosecutes construction negligence, products liability, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence and abuse, employment discrimination, premises liability, and auto liability matters. Jennifer joined Blair | Caravelli | Irmen | Enright Law, LLC, as a managing member after practicing at a prominent plaintiffs firm for 3 years and defense firm for 8 years. To date, Jennifer has secured over $5 million dollars in settlements and verdicts for injured victims. For the past five years, Jennifer has been an adjunct law professor for the nationally acclaimed legal writing program at The John Marshall Law School.

Jennifer served as a co-chair of the WBAI’s Centennial Gala, where the WBAI celebrated its 100th Anniversary, a true milestone in history for women, as well as the 2015 Annual Installation dinner in 2010. In her capacity as a director for seven years, Jennifer developed a fresh brand and logo for the WBAI as well as created a new marketing concept for the WBAI’s website, publications, and other marketing pieces for which she received a Service Award from the WBAI’s President during the 2009-2010 bar year. For two years, she also served as a liaison to the Women’s Bar Foundation, an organization that is solely dedicated to raising money for student scholarships. This upcoming year, she will serve as First Vice President of the John Marshall Law School Alumni Association.

Jennifer was named one of “40 under 40″ Attorneys in Illinois to Watch by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, a SuperLawyer, and a SuperLawyer Rising Star. She was featured as a Top Woman Attorney in Illinois in the Chicago Lawyer magazine in 2014 and 2015.

Jennifer enjoys singing and cooking in her spare time.

“Being a member of the WBAI is an education – it will teach you how to be a leader, mentor, diplomat, rainmaker, fundraiser, and philanthropist.”