Staci M. Holthus represents clients in complex litigation in federal and state courts. Her experience covers all phases of litigation, including appeals. Staci previously served as a law clerk to Magistrate Judge Young B. Kim of the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
During law school, Staci completed a summer clerkship with the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia. She also competed on Loyola’s moot court teams, placing as a quarterfinalist and top oralist at national competition in 2016 and earning a regional championship and best oralist award in 2017.
Prior to law school, Staci taught 7th grade pre-algebra in Washington, DC, where she also coached volleyball and spearheaded a snowboarding club sponsored by Burton. She is passionate about education and continues to support student learning through her work with Loyola’s undergraduate moot court program.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 2017, J.D.
American University, 2012, M.A.T., Secondary Mathematics
Loyola University Chicago, 2010, B.A., Political Science
Clerkship to Magistrate Judge Young B. Kim of the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (2019 - 2021)