Breana K. Drozd is an associate in the firm’s Restructuring and Bankruptcy Practice. Ms. Drozd represents debtors, creditors, corporate entities, and other organizations in high-stakes bankruptcy litigation and corporate restructuring matters. She also has experience working on a variety of general civil litigation and investigative matters.

Ms. Drozd joined the firm in 2021 after receiving her JD from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she graduated Order of the Coif. While in law school, Ms. Drozd served as a civil litigation extern at the Wisconsin Department of Justice and as an intern for Chief Judge James D. Peterson of the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin. Additionally, Ms. Drozd gained litigation experience representing individuals before administrative law judges in unemployment appeal hearings and as a member of the University of Wisconsin’s Moot Court Board, where she and her moot court partner won the Best Brief award and were National Semifinalists in the Chicago Bar Association’s 2019 Moot Court Competition. During law school, Ms. Drozd received four Best Performance in a Course Awards for earning the highest grades in her Administrative Law, Bankruptcy Law, Equal Employment Law, and Federal Jurisdiction courses.

Ms. Drozd received her BA from Loyola University Chicago in 2016. While at Loyola, Ms. Drozd served as the Co-President of a student-run women’s organization and also interned at legal aid organizations that provide services to survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking.

Ms. Drozd serves as a member of the firm's Associates Committee.