Alice S. Vagun


Alice is an associate attorney at the firm's Chicago office. She concentrates her practice on general civil litigation, including medical negligence, where she represents physicians, medical groups, hospitals, and other allied healthcare providers.

While a law student at the University of Illinois Chicago, then called the John Marshall Law School, Alice was a Student Publications Editor of the UIC John Marshall Law Review, and also worked as a Teaching Assistant for Evidence courses. In addition, she was the Presiding Barrister for the Trial Advocacy & Dispute Resolution Honors Board and Council and competed in multiple national trial advocacy competitions.

Wanting to give back to the program that helped her find her passion for trial advocacy, Alice now serves as a Trial Advocacy coach at UIC Law, where she teaches student trial skills and evidence in a trial setting for mock competitions.

Outside work, Alice enjoys many hobbies and interests, including training in martial arts.


Medical Negligence and Healthcare
Commercial Litigation and Business Disputes
Real Estate Litigation and Transactional Services
Asbestos Litigation
General Trial Practice

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Chicago Bar Association
  • Women’s Bar Association of Illinois
    • Former Law Student Liaison
  • The Decalogue Society of Lawyers
  • Ukrainian American Bar Association


  • "A Seat at the Bar: Modernizing Alcohol Laws to Meet the Demands of Responsible Consumers, 54 UIC L. Rev. 1011 (2021)"


  • Russian
  • Spanish


November 04, 2022
Four Associates Join Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP
Amanda J. Alasauskas focuses her practice on Entertainment and Media Law, Intellectual Property Litigation and Transactional Services, Commercial Litigation and Business Disputes and Product Liability. She received her J.D. in 2017 from DePaul University College of Law and her B.A. in 2014 from the Indiana University Bloomington.

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