Jenner & Block

Keri Holleb Hotaling is a litigator.  Businesses and organizations seek her counsel on significant commercial disputes and environmental matters.  Ms. Holleb Hotaling also represents corporate clients in high-profile white collar matters and internal investigations.

In 2010, Ms. Holleb Hotaling was recognized as a Law360 “Rising Legal Stars,” which named her as “one of 10 environmental lawyers nationwide under the age of 40 to watch.” The profile highlighted her environmental and litigation experience and noted that she “gets the call when the stakes are high."  Illinois Super Lawyers also recognized her as a “Rising Star” in environmental litigation in 2012 and 2013.  Ms. Holleb Hotaling serves as co-chair of the firm's Women's Forum and is also on the firm’s Hiring Committee, Pro Bono Committee, and the Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

Ms. Holleb Hotaling chairs the firm’s Domestic Violence Pro Bono Program. Through the program, volunteer Jenner & Block attorneys aid clients in obtaining both emergency and plenary orders of protection in the Circuit Court of Cook County’s Domestic Violence Division. Ms. Holleb Hotaling’s pro bono practice also includes representing clients in civil rights matters and class action litigation.  She was a member of the firm’s team in a first-of-its-kind class action lawsuit filed on behalf of women prisoners at the Taycheedah Correctional Institution in Wisconsin. Active in the community, she serves on several non-profit boards and committees.