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A graduate of Northwestern University School of Law, Tom has distinguished himself since launching his career as a lawyer in 1981. He has represented injured persons in a wide range of matters, including medical malpractice, personal injury, products liability, and wrongful death litigation, as well as civil rights actions, and nursing home litigation. He has achieved many millions of dollars in awards for his clients during his career. He has recently been selected as a âSuper Lawyerâ in this practice area by his peers.
Prior to entering private practice, he spent six years with the Cook County State's Attorney's Office, and served as a supervisor in the Public Integrity Unit under then-State's Attorney Richard M. Daley. Early in his career, Tom clerked for Judge John F. Grady in the U.S. District Court, and worked at Sidley & Austin (now Sidley Austin Brown & Wood) and McBride Baker & Coles (now Holland & Knight).
Tom serves as an Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy at Northwestern University School of Law, and has taught as a guest instructor at other schools. He is a past president of the South Suburban Bar Association and a former Trustee of both the Village of Glenwood and Prairie State Community College. He is presently a member a town plan commission and a school board member for a high school.
A graduate of Northwestern University School
Prior to entering private practice, he spent
Tom serves as an Adjunct Professor of Trial