Education: Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, J.D., 1991 University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, A.B., 1986 Ms. Malter worked for Political Campaigns for Illinois State Representative and Lake County Board where she advocated for redistricting reform, gun safety measures, term-limits on legislative leadership in the General Assembly, better water safety legislation, and transparency in the Illinois budget process during campaigns for Illinois state representative and Lake County Board. She practices private advocacy for persons suffering due to systemic or corporate unfairness, poor judgment, or inequality. Insurance contracts, family law (custody matters), corporate winding-down of businesses, 403(b) plan termination, debt collection defense, and abuse of process. Pro bono advocacy in administrative review, family law, guardian ad litem for adults, intellectual property, contracts, social security matters, and evictions (representing both landlords and tenants). She is the Founder and Executive Director Profamily Social Service Connections, Inc. where she developed a service-providing system for low-income families with schoolchildren.