Helping others has always been a priority to Chicago attorney Tracy Brammeier, even as a small child.
Growing up, Tracy’s parents instilled in her the importance of community involvement and helping those who are underserved. She knew she wanted to be a lawyer in her youth. “I just wanted to help people get answers for what happened,” she said of her interest in the law. “Some people need the financial support, but almost all of those who have been victimized by wrongful conduct want answers as to why such a horrible thing could have happened to them or their families.”
The lifelong lessons from her parents also influenced her to get involved in many community organizations. She is a Director of the Chicago Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section, organizing panels of speakers for lawyers who have passed the bar examination in the past 10 years. She is part of a Wills for Heroes program in basic estate planning that serves first responders and current or former military members at the Chicago Police Department headquarters on Saturday mornings. Recently, Tracy joined the team of volunteers of the 100 Club – a 50-year-old organization that provides 24-hour support to families of first responders in Cook County and Lake County.
“I enjoy getting to make a difference in people’s lives when they need it.”
-Tracy Brammeier, Associate at Clifford Law Offices
We are proud to have Tracy Brammeier as an associate at Clifford Law Offices, who is dedicated to community service and helping other people in their time of need.