Larsa Khanice Bio
Larsa graduated from Roosevelt University in Chicago in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in political science. In 2016, Larsa graduated cum laude and received her law degree from the John Marshall Law School. She also holds an active bar licensed in Illinois and in Arizona. During law school, Larsa interned at the Illinois Attorney General’s office in civil litigation department.
After law school and upon passing the bar exam in 2016, Larsa moved to Arizona where her practice was comprised of plaintiffs’ personal injury litigation and medical malpractice. During her practice in Arizona, Larsa successfully appealed a trial court decision to the Arizona Appellate Court regarding worker’s compensation benefits paid in one state and its effect on an injury claim in another state.
In 2018, Larsa moved back to Chicago and joined the Michna & Khanice, Attorneys at Law as a real estate attorney. After three years as an associate attorney, Larsa became a Partner alongside owner and principal Bernard Michna and the firm became Michna & Khanice, Attorneys at Law.
Larsa is a proud member of the Assyrian American bar association, Chicago bar association and the Illinois bar association. She speaks English and Assyrian.