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Victoria Cejka

Victoria (she/her/hers) is an attorney and member of the Trusts & Estates group at Harrison LLP. Prior to joining Harrison LLP, she worked at a boutique firm in the Loop, where she assisted clients with estate planning, preparation of estate and gift tax returns, charitable giving, and succession planning for closely held business owners. In that role, she also administered trusts and estates and represented clients petitioning to become guardian of disabled adults and minor children.   Recently, she was recognized as an Emerging Leader of the Chicago Estate Planning Council (CEPC)—a role in which she was nominated to serve for a two-year term.

Victoria earned her JD from the Loyola University Chicago School of Law where she graduated cum laude. She was awarded Loyola’s first Prize in Estate Planning by one of her professors. While studying for the Bar exam, Victoria served as a legal research intern for the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) Foundation to assist the ACTEC Foundation Disaster Preparedness Task Force develop and disseminate ACTEC’s Disaster Relief Handbook. The Handbook is intended to serve as an educational resource to Fellows, professionals, and community leaders setting out options for providing charitable assistance to those impacted by major disasters. Prior to law school, Victoria graduated from Arizona State University with honors attaining bachelor’s degrees in business and English.

Arizona State University, B.S. in Business and English, with honors

Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., cum laude

Emerging Leader of the Chicago Estate Planning Council (CEPC)

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