Clark Hill’s Chicago Office Adds Prominent Government and Public Affairs Attorney Latasha R. Thomas
CHICAGO – Clark Hill PLC announced today that Latasha R. Thomas has joined Clark Hill’s Chicago office as Senior Counsel in the Government & Public Affairs Practice Group.
“Latasha is widely respected by governmental leaders at all levels throughout Chicago, Cook County and the state of Illinois, and we are delighted that she has joined our firm,” said Ray J. Koenig III, Managing Member of Clark Hill’s Chicago office.
Thomas’s practice is focused on solving clients’ issues with regard to federal, state and local governments; municipal finance; economic and urban development; real estate; mergers and acquisitions; and business transactions, including private equity investing.
“Clark Hill’s Government and Public Affairs practice continues to grow at the Federal and state level and we are thrilled by the expanded capabilities that Latasha brings to our team in Illinois,” said Kevin Kelly, Co-Chair of Clark Hill’s Government and Public Affairs practice.
Thomas has nearly two decades of hands-on experience with City of Chicago, Cook County and State of Illinois government matters. Thomas was also a four-term Alderman on the Chicago City Council. During her tenure, she served as Chairman of the Education Committee and spearheaded vital education issues affecting Chicago Public Schools and City Colleges of Chicago.
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