Donna Rotunno Biography – Donna Rotunno Wiki
Donna Rotunno is an attorney from Chicago. By 2018, she has handled over 40 sexual misconduct-related cases as a criminal defense attorney. She has represented high-profile names including Harvey Weinstein, former Bears cornerback Shaun Gayle, Mohammad Abdullah Saleem, a suburban Islamic leader who was accused of molesting a student and a female employee.
Rotunno became fascinated with practicing law while watching the television series “The Paper Chase,” which was about a first-year Harvard Law School student.
She went to a local Catholic college, graduated from the Chicago-Kent College of Law. In 1997, landed a job as a clerk with the Cook County state’s attorney’s office. In 2000, she became an assistant state’s attorney, working on domestic violence cases and felony crimes. By 2003, she had gone into private practice with a defense lawyer, and two years later, at age 29, she started her own firm.
Donna Rotunno Age
Rotunno is 44 years old. She grew up in Wheaton.
Donna Rotunno Family
Rotunno is the daughter of a businessman in the grocery industry and a teacher and the granddaughter of a police officer.
Donna Rotunno Personal Life
Rotunno leads a private life. Little is known about her personal life outside of her legal work. Both her Twitter and Instagram accounts are set to private.