A former Miss America on Tuesday introduced her candidacy for Illinois lawyer basic.
Erika Harold lives in Urbana and works as an lawyer for Meyer Capel, a big regulation agency in Champaign County, in line with a marketing campaign launch.
In her phrases, Harold is “stepping as much as tackle the Madigan means in Springfield.”
Harold turned Miss America in 2003 after getting into in an effort to finance her schooling at Harvard Regulation Faculty. After being topped, she labored “to finish youth violence and bullying,” in accordance with her marketing campaign.
“Profession politicians have made it a nightmare for too many households in our state,” Harold stated within the launch. “At present, I’m saying my candidacy for lawyer common as a result of the individuals of Illinois deserve a state authorities that works for them, not the highly effective.”
Lately making it onto the 2017 Rising Legal professionals listing, Harold said she is operating for lawyer basic to finish state-degree monetary mismanagement and political.
In accordance with her marketing campaign, Harold serves on the Illinois Supreme Courtroom Committee on Equality, is a commissioner on the Illinois Supreme Courtroom Fee on Professionalism, is a member of the Trinity Worldwide College’s Board of Regents and serves on the nationwide board of administrators of the Jail Fellowship.