More than 25 years ago, six attorneys, led by Barry G. Bollinger, started a law firm which quickly developed a national reputation as a preeminent litigation law firm.
General Tort Litigation
Section 1983 Litigation
Illinois State Bar Association
Chicago Bar Association
Southern Illinois University School of Law, JD, 2014
Illinois State University, BA, 2008
Supreme Court of the State of Illinois, 2014
United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 2015
United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois, 2016
United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois, 2016
Margaret M. Molloy
Ms. Molloy joined Bollinger Connolly Krause LLC as an associate in April of 2018. She currently concentrates her practice in the areas of constitutional torts, premises liability, and medical malpractice. She represents clients in both state and federal court in all stages of litigation, primarily defending medical professionals.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Molloy was an Assistant Attorney General with the Illinois Attorney General’s Office practicing in both Chicago and Springfield, Illinois. While there, she defended a variety of constitutional tort cases for state employees. Ms. Molloy won summary judgment in numerous cases in the Northern, Central, and Southern districts of Illinois, negotiated settlements to benefit her clients, and conducted federal jury trials to a successful verdict.
Ms. Molloy received her J.D. from Southern Illinois University School of Law in 2014 after being admitted on the Charter Class Campaign Academic Excellence Scholarship. Ms. Molloy volunteered to represent domestic violence victims and was voted Associate Justice of the moot court board. She achieved first place in national moot court competitions for both oral and written advocacy, CALI awards for Academic Excellence, and was honored with The Order of the Barristers for excellence in written and oral advocacy.
Margaret and her husband live on Chicago’s south side. She volunteers as a judge for moot court competitions and makes excellent Irish soda bread.