Karen Munoz is a Partner at Dolan Law. She has been associated with Martin A. Dolan since 2003, beginning as a law clerk during law school and then a Trial Lawyer since 2008. Fluent in Spanish, she represents individuals who have suffered personal injury due to the negligent and wrongful conduct of others. Ms. Munoz is passionate about helping her clients. As a lawyer, she encounters people who have gone through traumatic times and she understands that her job as a lawyer is not only to help her clients navigate the legal process, but also to counsel and listen. She stays connected to her clients through each step of the case and is always available to them, even long after the case resolves.
Ms. Munoz is admitted to practice before the State Bar of Illinois, Northern District of Illinois Trial Bar, and Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. She obtained her law degree from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
Karen is active in promoting mindfulness, yoga, and diversity issues through writing, teaching, and serving on legal committees. She serves as a Board Member of the Domestic Violence Legal Clinic, and as a Member of the CBA’s Mindfulness & the Law Committee and National Crime Victims Association. Previously she has worked with the ABA Young Lawyers Division Diversity Committee, Minority Section, and ISBA Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services.
Karen contributes to the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and ABA blog, “Before the Bar.” She is also certified to teach yoga, and shares her practice by teaching yoga classes for LAP and YogaCare. In 2017, she was the recipient of the Carl H. Rolewick Award for her volunteer work through LAP.