Mary Tatroe - Biography

Mary Tatroe is the chief of the Civil Division of the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office. A life-long resident of Will County, Ms. Tatroe graduated from St. Francis Academy in Joliet and St. Mary of-the-Woods College in St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History-Political Science–Paralegal. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana.


After working in the Title Insurance industry, Ms Tatroe joined the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office in 1991 as an Assistant State’s Attorney in the Civil Division and was promoted to chief by James Glasgow in 2005.


The Civil Division is responsible for representing the County in general civil litigation, advising the Will County Board and elected officials, child support services, mental health services and post convictions.






















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