Josary is honored to advocate on behalf of our Nation’s veterans in her capacity as a Veterans Disability Attorney. As a member of a multigenerational military family, her desire and commitment to fight for the veteran community is personal because she is very familiar with the hardships that veterans face.
During law school, Josary spent two semesters with her school’s Veterans Legal Clinic defending veterans before the Department of Veterans Affairs and Board of Veterans’ Appeals. She represented veterans in military discharge upgrades/ Board of correction of records matters. She also utilized her advocacy skills as a law clerk with the U. S. House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, where she advanced legislation that positively impacted veterans. Prior to joining Gordon & Partners, Josary gained significant litigation experience working at the Illinois Attorney General’s Office.
Josary earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law with a Concentration in Trial Advocacy & Dispute Resolution. In law school, she actively participated in the Student Bar Association as a Student Representative, was the Vice-President of the United Immigration Defense Organization of Students and competed in national moot court and alternative dispute resolution competitions.
She earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, double-majoring in psychology and criminal justice with a certificate in mental health/ counseling skills. She also studied abroad in the University of Gdańsk, Poland.
When she’s not advocating for her clients, you will find her spending quality time with family and friends. She enjoys music venues and undertaking volunteer work.
State of Indiana
Hispanic National Bar Association
Indiana State Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
American Bar Association: Litigation, Military and Veterans Sections
American Sign Language (ASL), intermediate
Dean’s List Member
Scholarship Recipient, Hispanic Lawyers of Illinois
Scholarship Recipient, Diversity Scholarship Foundation
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