Since Cozen O’Connor’s lobbying arm expanded to Chicago more than a year ago, the law firm’s subsidiary has been on a hiring spree. The move comes as Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies continues its efforts to improve its presence in three of the largest cities in the U.S. — Chicago, Philadelphia and New York — and the corresponding state capitals.
As regulators look harder at the vaping lung injury epidemic, personal injury, medical and labor lawyers are watching how state and, possibly, federal regulation would impact vapers, medical organizations and workplaces.
Robert Kezelis is a licensed and working attorney, but he was an artist long before he became part of the bar. For him, there was never one or the other.
It took only two weeks into law school for Eleni Katsoulis to realize she had to join the Hellenic Bar Association of Illinois. Joining the group brought her more than she could have ever imagined.
Steven Schwartz, Much Shelist's COO and CFO, oversaw a major redesign of the office back in 2002 where he was essentially a constituency of one throughout the process. Seventeen years later, Schwartz got a lot more assistance and was able to foster a group that included principals Courtney Mayster and Steven DeGraff, among others to put the finishing touches on the 191 N. Upper Wacker Drive office’s freshest look.
Women in Law – December 2019Chicago Lawyer is proud to present the December 2019 Women in Law special section.