Anna Notation-Rhoades

Anna Notation-Rhoades

Business and Accounting Department Coordinator

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Anna J. Notation-Rhoades She earned her J.D. from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and her B.A. cum laude from Barnard College. Currently licensed to practice law in Illinois (active) and Minnesota (inactive), she is also a trained family law mediator in South Carolina. She served as a staff attorney for the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court of Illinois, a Guardian ad Litem in juvenile court, and practiced criminal defense law in Illinois. She has also taught criminal justice at Aurora University. While at Furman University ,Ms. Notation-Rhoades taught POL 412 Trial Advocacy during Furman University's May X 2022 and is a Pathways Advisor. Ms. Notation-Rhoades has been employed at Furman University since 2016 in the Academic Affairs division and works in the Business and Accounting Department as Department Coordinator and Advisor.


  • J.D., IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
  • B.A., Barnard College

Representative Publications

  • Selected Case Law Interpreting the Illinois Domestic Violence Act. DuPage County Bar Association Brief, November 1994
  • People v. Towns: The Second District's Position on Civil Forfeiture and Double Jeopardy. DuPage County Bar Association Brief, December 1995
  • Neither Admit Nor Deny: Your Client Can Punt in Juvenile Court. Kane County Bar Association Brief, April 1996 and DuPage County Bar Association Brief, June 1996.

Honors and Awards

  • DuPage County Bar Association Brief Outstanding Author Award, 1995
  • National Association of Women Lawyers Outstanding Law Student Award, 1993
  • Student Bar Association Certificate of Outstanding Contribution, 1993
  • Distinction on Senior Essay, Barnard College, 1990.

Additional Professional Activity

  • Seminar speaker on criminal and juvenile matters in Northern Illinois
  • Volunteer family law mediator, Upstate Mediation Center, Greenville, SC, 2014-2016