Sheree is an associate in the firm’s Belleville Office. Sheree concentrates her practice in the areas of Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA), Medical Malpractice Litigation and Toxic Tort Defense.
Prior to joining the firm, Sheree served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Illinois, representing the interests of the State in both state and federal civil rights cases involving prisoners. Prior to that, Sheree served as an Assistant State’s Attorney (“ASA”) for St. Clair County, Illinois, prosecuting traffic & misdemeanor cases, juvenile justice cases involving abuse and neglect, and cases involving juvenile offenders. Sheree also managed the special assignment of handling all petitions requesting to expunge and/or seal criminal records in St. Clair County.
While in law school, Sheree proudly served as the President of the Black Law Students’ Association at Saint Louis University School of Law for two consecutive years, through which she competed nationally in the mock trial competitions.
Sheree serves as a worship leader and children’s church facilitator at her local church. She is also the co-founder of a non-profit organization, The Pratcher-Davis Foundation, whose mission is to Conquer Struggles and Cultivate Scholars by providing the resources needed to help low-income students thrive in their pursuit of higher-education.
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