Pauline G. Dembicki is a solo practitioner in Evanston, Illinois since 1985.  In 1984 she received her J.D.  (Juris Doctorate) from the Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology.
Her teaching credits (teaching attorneys) include:  Chicago Bar Association (CBA) Panelist:  Probate Primer, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014; CBA Trust Committee Speaker, The New Power of Attorney Act, 2011; CBA Panelist: Selection of a Court:  Adult Guardianships, 2010; CBA Journal, Article, Probate Law in Illinois, 1997. 
North Suburban Bar Association (NSBA), Continuing Legal Education Committee Co-chair, 1995; NSBA Panel Speaker:  Really Real Estate, Topic:  Guardianship, 1993; NSBA Panel Speaker:  Elder Law, 1995; NSBA Past President, 1995;
American Bar Association (ABA) Panel Speaker, Elder Law, 1995; ABA Panel Speaker Advanced Issues in Elder Law, 1996;
Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE) Chapter author: Advising Elderly Clients and Their Families; Chapters:  Powers of Attorney for Health Care, the Surrogate Act, and the Court Agency Relationship, various editions 1991-2016;  IICLE Chapter author:  Guardianships for Disabled Adults; chapter: Duties of the Guardian of the Estate, co-author chapter: Termination or Modification of Guardianship, 2011, 2014 and 2018 (anticipated); IICLE, Editor, Quick Guide to Guardianship, 1993; IICLE Speaker, Seminar 2011 Amendments to Power of Attorney Act, 2010; IICLE Panel Speaker: Mini Course on New Powers of Attorney and the Court, 2011 (Springfield); IICLE Speaker: Four Days and Counting to the New Power of Attorney Act, 2011; IICLE Speaker: 2011 Powers of Attorney for 2012; IICLE Award Recipient: Most Valuable Volunteer in Publications, 2011;
DePaul College of Law, Speaker: Constitutionality of the Right to Die, 1992;
Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA): Author Article Section Newsletter of Constitutional Law:  The Rights of a Person After Adjudication in Adult Guardianship, 1995; ISBA: Author Article Section Newsletter Of Counsel: The Surrogate Health Care Law, 1992;
Kent College of Law: Women in Law Mentoring Program: 2010, 2011, 2012;
Anixter Center: Seminar Speaker:  Guardianship for Social Workers and Casemanagers, 2009 and 2010; Anixter Center: Moot Court for Law Day: 2003-2008 and 2011;
Evanston Commission on Aging member: 2011-2012.  
Ms. Dembicki speaks on estate planning topics to library groups, (Evanston, Skokie, Lincoln Park Morton Grove, Wilmette), 
senior clubs, places of worship and other organizations.  Requests can be made by telephone or email. 




Attorney at Law