Marcia Przeslawski

Marcia Przeslawski

Chicago, Illinois

Marcia F. Przeslawski is a first-year associate at Landsman Law Firm LLC. Przeslawski was a law clerk for nearly two years under founding attorney Laurence M. Landsman before joining LLF full-time. She is a member of the Illinois State Bar and of the Federal Bar for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

Przeslawski graduated from the John Marshall Law School (JMLS) in 2017. In her spare time, Przeslawski volunteers by coaching high school mock trial through the organization Chicago Coalition For Law-Related Education (CCLRE). Przeslawski also volunteers by coaching teams for the 1L mock trial competition at JMLS, and the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) team that attends the St. Johns Securities Dispute Resolution competition in New York. Moreover, Przeslawski volunteers her time to judge various trial advocacy scrimmages and mock trials at JMLS.

During her time at law school, Przeslawski was a member of the John Marshall ADR Team that competed at the 2016 St. Johns Securities Dispute Resolution competition held at St. Johns Law School in New York, New York. During the competition, she competed in three rounds, (1) a mock settlement negotiation, (2) a mock mediation, and (3) a mock arbitration. All rounds were observed and judged by FINRA arbitrators and mediators. Przeslawski also competed at the Northwestern Law Meets competition in Spring of 2017 at Northwestern School of Law in Chicago, Illinois. During the competition, she competed in two rounds of mock negotiations of a purchase and sales agreement, representing the purchaser’s interest in the deal.

Przeslawski was President of the Corporate Law Club at JMLS from Fall 2015 thru Spring 2017 when she graduated. She and three friends established a board and grew the club’s membership from four to over twenty students in its first semester. By hosting regular bar nights, annual panel discussions, and networking events, Przeslawski’s leadership revitalized the JMLS students’ involvement and interest in the Corporate Law Club.

Furthermore, Przeslawski volunteered second and third year of law school to be a supervising teaching assistant and then a managing teaching assistant for Contracts I taught by Professor Julie M. Spanbauer. Although always keeping busy, Przeslawski’s academic achievements during law school landed her a spot on the Dean’s list five consecutive semesters in a row.

Przeslawski studied with the John Marshall Fair Housing Clinic in 2015. She obtained her 711 student-license to practice law in January 2017 when she studied with the John Marshall Pro-Bono Clinic in the Foreclosure section.

Marcia graduated from the University of Michigan in 2011 with a Bachelors in Fine Art. Przeslawski held several positions ranging from film counselor to social media associate before deciding to follow her passion for law.