Emily Wessel Farr is an attorney and founder of Ardent Law, LLC. Emily is a proud graduate of Northwestern University, where she served as Executive Co-Chair of Dance Marathon, one of the largest student-run non-profits in the nation.
Emily studied law at The University of Michigan Law School, receiving her JD in 2008. Emily practiced in North Carolina before returning to Chicago to serve as Relationship Manager for a start up business. In 2015, she opened Ardent Law, bringing with her a deep experience in litigation, client management, and business operations.
Emily thrives on helping clients thoughtfully and efficiently solve issues so that they can get back to doing what they do best. Emily enjoys counseling, advising, and litigating for clients on matters big and small.
Passionate about helping those less fortunate, Emily volunteers with a variety of pro bono networks in the Chicago area. She serves as a child representative for Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, a volunteer hotline attorney for CARPLS, and a writer for The Law Project. Emily also serves as Legal Developments Editor of the Women's Bar Association of Ilinois Newsletter and as a member of the Editorial Board of the ABA's Woman Advocate Newsletter. She is also founder of Myra, Chicago's All-Female Speakers Bureau.
Emily lives in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago with her husband, son, and daughter. Contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.