Mary L. Sfasciotti 1941-2017
Prominent Chicago immigration attorney Mary L. Sfasciotti died February 26 after a long illness. The daughter of Joseph and Lilia Sfasciotti, Attorney Sfasciotti was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin on November 5, 1941. She earned her law degree in 1965 from Northwestern. She started her legal career as an attorney for the Immigrant's Service League, a non-profit in Chicago. She then went on to work for the US Board of Immigration Appeals for several years. Thereafter, she was trial counsel with the US Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Illinois, and then Assistant Regional Counsel for EEOC. From the early 1980s, until she was forced to retire due to illness, she was in private practice in the Chicago area where she specialized in immigration law. She was a published author in the field of immigration law and taught immigration law at John Marshall Law School. She was active in the Illinois State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association and the Alumni Associations of both Ripon College and Northwestern Law School. She is survived by her brother, Robert Sfasciotti, and her sister, Ginevra Cuira. Services have been held.
Mary L. Sfasciotti
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