Hadas Corey began her legal career as a law clerk for Cogan & Power, P.C. in 2013. Since that time, she has been involved in every avenue of personal injury litigation, from complex trucking accidents to medical malpractice cases, automobile accidents, and wrongful death actions. Hadas has been involved in federal pro bono litigation, products liability class actions, and is currently handling Federal Employers Liability Act appeals. She is grateful to her bosses for allowing to tag along as “PowerPoint & Tech Support” on numerous State and Federal trials before earning her law license. Before working at Cogan & Power, P.C., Hadas was an extern for the Honorable Anthony Kyriakopoulos in the Mortgage & Foreclosure division. Hadas also clerked for her family’s personal injury law firm, The Corey Law Firm of Royal Oak, Michigan, since she was in high school.
During law school, Hadas was on the Appellate Lawyers Association Moot Court team and was awarded “Best Overall Oralist”, as well as “2nd Best Overall Appellate Brief”. Hadas had the honor of tutoring Loyola Chicago School of Law 1L’s in Professor Breen’s Contracts class and Professor McCormack’s Real Property class when she was in her 3rd year of law. She was a member of the Public Interest Journal from 2013-2015, and her article, “The Heckman Equation” was published in the Loyola University Chicago Journal of Early Education Law & Policy when she was a 1st year law student.
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D. 2015
- University of Michigan, B.A. 2012
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