Adrienne L. Saltz
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Did you know?

  • Despite her namesake, Adrienne prefers sugar.
  • Chose law over street artist, though her masterpiece can be seen on the walls of Cheng Cohen.
  • Adrienne enjoys watching reality TV and still insists it is just to “zone out.”
  • Adrienne’s favorite cuisine is Indian, and she could eat it every day if given the opportunity.
  • Adrienne once played the saxophone and flute, but has since lost all musical talent.
  • Although Adrienne has heard “Yo Adrienne!” over a million times, she was actually named after her grandmother.
  • Adrienne was born in California, but raised in Maine. She calls herself bi-coastal, others call her regionally confused.
  • Adrienne was voted most likely to become president in high school. Her political aspirations have since retired.
  • Adrienne fell in love with the Bay Area when she attended Cal. Go Bears!
  • Adrienne is the first born on both sides of her family. Some might say that makes her the wisest too.

Adrienne is a commercial litigator. Before joining Cheng Cohen as an attorney in 2015, Adrienne clerked at Cheng Cohen for two years where she managed corporate records, executed commercial transactions, prepared and reviewed briefs, motions, orders, and discovery, and assisted in depositions.

Adrienne graduated with honors from the University of California, Berkeley, and earned her law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. While in law school, Adrienne served as the Technical and Special Projects Editor for Loyola’s Annals of Health Law, as a research assistant for Professor Zacharakis Loumbas, and as a volunteer for both CARPLS Legal Aid and Illinois Legal Aid.

  • Juris Doctor, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
  • Bachelor of Arts, honors, University of California, Berkeley
Bar Admissions
  • State of Illinois
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
  • International Franchise Association
  • American Bar Association
    • Forum on Franchising
Recent Speaking and Publications
  • Co-Author, Effectiveness of the Legislative Response to Joint Employer Liability, 37:3 Franchise L.J. 349 (2018).

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