Clark Hill Attorney Jonathan M. Boulahanis Appointed to the Chicago Bar Association Judicial Evaluation Committee Investigative Division
Clark Hill PLC Attorney Jonathan M. Boulahanis has been appointed to the Chicago Bar Association Judicial Evaluation Committee’s Investigative Division.
By Board resolution, the Judicial Evaluation Committee (JEC) is the semi-autonomous committee of The Chicago Bar Association that conducts evaluations of candidates for judicial offices and sitting judges seeking retention within Cook County. As a service to the public, the CBA reports the findings of the JEC for all elections. The evaluations are designed to inform the public and the courts of the qualifications, independence and integrity of judicial candidates. The CBA believes that the quality of the administration of justice in our courts is determined in large part by the quality of our judges
Boulahanis is an associate in Clark Hill’s Litigation and Labor and Employment Practice Groups. He focuses his practice in commercial, business, real estate, and employment litigation. Jonathan also serves as a trusted advisor for businesses and individuals to help them avoid litigation. Jonathan has been practicing since 2009 and has extensive trial experience in both federal and state courts.
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