About Bora Ndregjoni

Bora Ndregjoni concentrates her practice on litigation and enforcement matters with a focus on the financial services industry and the federal securities laws.

Experience that leads to a depth of litigation knowledge

Prior to joining Katten, Bora served as a research assistant for Professor Lori B. Andrews in the Chicago-Kent Institute for Science, Law and Technology, where she focused on matters relating to health law, employment discrimination, technology and criminology. Through her experience as a research assistant, Bora co-authored a Cornell Law Review publication titled “COVID, Sex Discrimination, and Medical Research” and was a named contributor to a Nayar Prize Report titled “A Data-Driven Crime Prevention Program.” Bora further refined her research and writing skills through her role as a legal extern for the Honorable Virginia M. Kendall of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. She also served as a Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Graduate Fellow for Ascend Justice, where she assisted clients with obtaining civil orders of protection.

During law school, Bora developed professional and interpersonal skills which have prepared her to effectively serve clients. She received CALI Awards for Excellence in Business Organizations, Business Entity Formation and Transactions, and Securities Regulation, all of which inform her practice today. Preparing for a career in litigation, Bora bolstered her oral advocacy skills, serving as president of the Moot Court Honor Society and winning the Best Oral Advocate award in the 2020 McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition. She also served as a member of the Chicago-Kent Law Review, mentored law students as a legal writing teaching assistant, and received the Illinois Judges Foundation Harold Sullivan Scholarship.