Illinois Government & Administrative Lawyers
Suite A (mail drop 506)
Batavia, IL 60510
University of Illinois - Chicago John Marshall Law School
As a Carthage College Lincoln Scholar, Mr. Ross earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. His science background, as well having worked in and around manufacturing and technology companies for more many years, allows him to better understand his clients’ business. In addition, having worked himself as a lab researcher, Mr. Ross has an acute understanding of the collection and analysis of forensic evidence used in administrative and...
Eydie’s career started in the United States Air Force where she worked in law enforcement and was quickly placed on special assignment to the United States Air Force Office of Special Operations. As part of that service, Eydie conducted investigations involving criminal matters, fraud, counterintelligence, internal security and targeted other security concerns head-on.
Upon completion of her honorable service with the United States Air Force, Eydie quickly rose to the top of an international training organization, as a Regional Manager,...
In his free time, Michael is an avid motorcyclist and runner. ...
Suite 600 ~ Myers Building
Springfield, IL 62701
University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law
Springfield, IL Gov & Administrative Law Lawyer with 24 years experience
After working on presidential, Illinois state office, and congressional races, Mr. Shah worked for a preeminent Judge presiding over an individual commercial calendar in the Law Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County. Mr. Shah is the author of Increase Access to the Appellate Courts: A Critical Look At Modernizing the Final Judgment Rule published in the Seton Hall...
After completing training, Ed returned to Illinois and shortly afterwards, began attending school at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. In 2004, during his senior year at...
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