Mackenzie Prince is an associate attorney who currently focuses her practice on mass torts litigation.
Before joining HME, Mackenzie worked as a law clerk at a Chicago plaintiff’s firm where she gained valuable litigation skills in the areas of mass torts, medical malpractice, and personal injury litigation.
Mackenzie earned her J.D. from the University of Illinois Chicago. While attending law school, Mackenzie obtained an Illinois Supreme Court Rule 711 license and worked as a student attorney in the UIC Pro Bono Litigation Clinic. Putting her legal skills to work, she represented clients in domestic relations, criminal record relief, and foreclosure matters. Mackenzie was a staff member and Productions Editor on the UIC Law Review and published her own law review article in September 2022.
Mackenzie grew up in Indiana before moving to Chicago to pursue and receive her undergraduate degree from Loyola University Chicago, where she studied Advertising and Public Relations and Political Science.
In her free time, Mackenzie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, keeping up with useless pop culture gossip, going on long walks and runs outside, exploring new restaurants, reading, and curating the perfect playlist.