J.D. Candidate, Loyola University School of Law (degree expected May 2023)
B.A., College of the Holy Cross
Charlotte Kurzweil is a law clerk at Jackson LLP.
An analytical and creative thinker, Charlotte enjoys the challenge of working with healthcare’s evolving legal landscape and applying her experience with regulatory and compliance issues.
Charlotte studied at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, receiving her bachelor’s degree in Classics and completing the pre-health track. Charlotte is a third-year law student at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. After taking the 2023 bar exam, Charlotte will join the firm as an attorney.
At Loyola, Charlotte is a senior editor for Annals of Health Law and Life Sciences, the school’s health policy and law review. She is excited about her upcoming article publication in its online format, Advance Directive, which discusses the need for expanded HIPAA and HITECH data privacy and security standards for patients accessing telemental healthcare. Further strengthening her experience to different areas of health law, Charlotte’s team earned first place in the Annual Health Law Regulatory & Compliance Competition sponsored by the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.
During her first two years of law school, Charlotte worked at a workers compensation defense firm, gaining experience in a the legal issues surrounding workplace injuries. She has also worked with Loyola’s Health Justice Project, where she assisted clients who were facing health-harming legal issues like housing, public benefits, and guardianship.
Outside of school and work, Charlotte enjoys running on the Lakefront Trail, spending time with friends, and baking sweet treats. She lives on the north side of Chicago.