Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Michael A. Strom appointed to new 9th Subcircuit vacancy

Updated

It's official now.

As reported earlier today in this space, the Illinois Supreme Court today appointed Michael A. Strom to a 9th Subcircuit vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Marvin Luckman. The appointment is effective January 10, 2019, and will terminate December 7, 2020.

Licensed in Illinois since 1977 and currently employed in the office of Chief Judge Timothy C. Evans, Strom worked for Schaffenegger, Watson & Peterson early in his career before moving to CNA as staff counsel.

Strom recently received the Light of Righteousness Award from the Decalogue Society of Lawyers (Strom served as President of this group in 2012-13). Working with the Chicago Coalition for Law-Related Education, Strom has also served as a teacher and coach of mock trial teams at South Shore High School. He was a candidate for a 9th Subcircuit vacancy in the 2014 primary.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Which Supreme Court judge made this appointment?

Anonymous said...

He was appointed by none of your damn business. What do you think this is, a transparent democracy? Foolish child.

Anonymous said...

Travis Burke’s mama. Well, adopted mama.

Jack Leyhane said...

@Anon 12/20 9:22 p.m. -- from what I hear, you guessed incorrectly.