Jeff Grossich has a wide breadth of experience in both state and federal court. As a member of the prestigious Federal Trial Bar, Jeff has acted as lead and co-counsel in several federal jury trials. Jeff handles a variety of legal matters, with specialties in sex abuse, civil rights, and employment law. Many of Jeff’s cases have received attention in the local and national media. One prominent success includes an $8 million dollar recovery in a child sex abuse case, the largest of its kind in U.S. history. Jeff obtains successful outcomes for his clients through compassionate and professional representation.


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Mother of alleged sex-assault victim sues Children’s Home, ex-employee

Lawsuit alleges School District security guard slammed kindergarten student on table, squeezed neck with both hands

Bar Admissions:

Illinois, 2014

Northern District of Illinois, 2015

Central District of Illinois, 2015

Northern District of Indiana, 2018

Western District of Wisconsin, 2018

Northern District of Illinois, Trial Bar, 2018

Southern District of Illinois, 2019


University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, BA, 2011

Double major in Political Science and History

Graduated in three years

James Scholar

Loyola University Chicago, JD, 2014

Certificate in Trial Advocacy

Honors at Entrance Scholarship Recipient

University of St. Mary of the Lake, MA, 2017

Concentration in Philosophy and Religion

Professional Associations:

Co-Chair, Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Section Civil Rights Committee, 2019-2020


Jeff is fluent in Spanish