Senator John Mulroe Bio

John G. Mulroe was appointed in August 2010 to fill the position vacated by retiring Senator James DeLeo.

Senator Mulroe was born and raised in Chicago. He and his wife Margaret and their four children reside in the Edison Park neighborhood. John has a full-time law practice, while his wife works at St. Juliana School as a preschool teacher and administrative assistant.

In addition to his law background, Senator Mulroe has worked in public service as a Hearing Officer with the Chicago Park District, an Arbitrator with the Cook County Mandatory Program, and an Assistant State’s Attorney for Cook County. His professional background includes working as a CPA and as an adjunct instructor at William Rainey Harper College.

Senator Mulroe earned his bachelors degree in Accounting from Loyola University of Chicago and earned his CPA, and also earned his law degree from Loyola University of Law. He is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and Illinois State Bar Association. He has been active in civic organizations including the St. Juliana School Board, Edison Park Community Council, Edison Park Chamber of Commerce, Edison Park Youth Niles Park District, and St Angela Education Foundation.

Sen. John G. Mulroe


10th District

Years served: 2010 - 2019

Committee assignments: Commerce and Economic Development; Criminal Law; Executive; Insurance (Vice-Chairperson); Judiciary (Chairperson); Public Health; Subcommittee on Const. Amendments.

Biography: Born July 21, 1959, in Chicago; BBA, accounting, Loyola University; J.D., Loyola University School of Law; member of Chicago and Illinois State Bar associations; full-time attorney; former assistant state's attorney and arbitrator for Cook County; certified public accountant; married (wife, Margaret), four children.

Associated Representative:
Robert Martwick
Michael P. McAuliffe