About Enrico J. Mirabelli
Enrico J. Mirabelli, a principal of Beermann LLP, is a highly regarded family law attorney with over 37 years of experience. Mr. Mirabelli served for ten years as a member of the Illinois State Bar Association Board of Governors and has served on the ISBA General Assembly and Family Law Section Council.
Mr. Mirabelli is a frequent lecturer at family law seminars sponsored by the Illinois State Bar Association. He has also lectured at John Marshall, Loyola and DePaul Law Schools Family Law classes. Mr. Mirabelli has testified before various committees in Springfield regarding family law related pending bills.
Mr. Mirabelli is a co-author of the amendment to Code of Civil Procedure, Sec. 5/2-401(e), which allows fictitious pleading in Illinois. He has handled numerous novel and high profile cases including the AIDA HBO (the Sopranos, Ill. App. 3rd) which attempted to establish a course of action based upon the individual dignity clause of the Illinois Constitution, and was the first attorney in Illinois to establish cause for wrongful adoption in Krueger v. Leahy, 89 L 18751 and third party liability for sexually transmitted diseases in Doe v. Smith, 91 L 16890. Mr. Mirabelli successfully argued before the Illinois Supreme Court and created a new law in the State of Illinois regarding the obligations of unmarried men towards children born via artificial insemination to their paramours.
- J.D., John Marshall Law School
- B.A., magna cum laude, St. Mary’s College
- Illinois, 1981
- Federal Trial Bar, Northern District of Illinois
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 7th Cir.