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Saint Louis University School of Law
Loyola University Chicago
Licensed in the State of Texas
Eileen Costello focuses her legal practice primarily on special education. She has an extensive civil litigation background in both state and federal court, representing clients on cases ranging from multistate litigation to complex child custody trials. Eileen utilizes her diverse background to assist clients by recognizing issues from multiple perspectives. Eileen's expertise provides an unmatched strategy for clients in all aspects of a case, from presuit settlements to final trials.
Eileen earned her law degree from Saint Louis University School of Law where she graduated with honors in the top 6% of her class and served on the public law review. Prior to attending law school, Eileen earned her undergraduate degree from Loyola University Chicago.
Outside of practicing law, Eileen can be found traveling, reading, and spending time with her family.
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