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Vernon Hills, IL 60061

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Megan A. Mack

Megan represents a variety of governmental bodies including cities, villages, police departments and park districts. 

Megan joins Ancel Glink as an Associate after serving as an Assistant State’s Attorney with Lake County since 2006. She concentrates her practice in municipal prosecutions and general civil litigation matters for municipal clients.

At the Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office, Megan spent a significant portion of her career prosecuting cases involving abused and neglected children. Megan prosecuted hundreds of cases resulting in the termination of parental rights thereby allowing children in the care of the Department of Children and Family Services to achieve permanency through adoption. In addition, she also handled juvenile delinquency matters prosecuting minors for misdemeanor and felony offenses. In her career with the State’s Attorney’s Office, Megan worked closely with members of law enforcement, victims, and social service agencies.

Megan is a graduate of De Paul University College of Law where she concentrated in public interest law.  During law school, Megan clerked with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, Felony Trial Division, and the City of Chicago’s Department of Buildings, representing the City in the Administrative Hearing process.

Prior to law school, Megan served as the Planning Liaison Manager for the Illinois Department of Transportation’s Chicago Area Transportation Study.  Megan also worked as Transportation and Environmental Policy Analyst for Northwest Municipal Conference, as well as, Transportation Coordinator for West Central Municipal Conference. 


  • Represented villages/cities in the prosecution of DUIs and vehicle code violations.
  • Prosecuted hundreds of cases to both bench and jury trials.
  • Served as Village prosecutor at administrative hearings.
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  • “Social Media and Juvenile Offenses”, Child and Family Representative Nineteenth Judicial Circuit Training, September 23, 2016
  • Illinois Association of Park Districts Conference (January 2017)


  • “Navigating the Abuse and Neglect System”, The Docket (February 2016)
  • Criminal Identification Act,”  The Docket (January 2017)