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Senija Grebovic

Senija Grebovic

Senija earned her law degree at the University of Illinois Chicago in 2015.  Prior to moving to Canada, Senija practiced law in Chicago for over five years gaining experience in civil litigation and transactional law.  Senija gained experience as an associate attorney in the areas of personal injury, real estate, family law, commercial litigation, and employment law.  Senija’s diverse background in arguing contested applications, taking depositions, and handling complex negotiations has helped her gain an understanding of a broad range of legal issues. 

In 2020, Senija helped obtain a dismissal of five class action claims in the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois, for one of the largest national banks in the United States.  Senija also obtained a favorable ruling in First District Illinois Appellate Court based on arguments on behalf of a corporate client and avoided over $120,000 in fines.

Senija also worked in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office felony trial division prior to earning her law degree.  

While in law school, Senija worked for the John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Clinic and was a Student Representative with the Cook County, Illinois Mediation Program.  She also volunteered with the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services and helped pro se litigants facing foreclosure. 

Senija contributed to writing the Illinois Mortgage Foreclosure Bench Book for practitioners, co-authored by Honorable Judge Lewis Nixon and the John Marshall Law School (now University of Illinois Chicago) Pro Bono Clinic. Senija also co-authored an Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education article on Non-Traditional Real Estate Transactions.

Outside of work, Senija likes spending time with her family, taking HIIT fitness classes, and listening to podcasts on various topics.  She is fluent in Serbo-Croatian.