Clark Hill’s Ray J. Koenig III Elected to IICLE’s Board of Directors
CHICAGO, IL – Ray J. Koenig III was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE). Ray’s term begins January 1, 2018. IICLE’s mission is to serve as the premier provider of continuing legal education in Illinois and as an example for other continuing legal education providers across the country.
Ray is the co-author of Claims Against Decedent’s Estate chapter in IICLE’s 2017 Handbook: Causes of Action, Probate Actions as well as the Guardianship Litigation chapter in IICLE’s 2016, 2012 and 2009 Handbook: Litigating Disputed Estates, Trusts, Guardianships, and Charitable Bequest. He has also been a co-presenter at numerous IICLE Estate Planning Short Courses and Elder Law Short Courses, including, “Visitation Issues in the Context of Guardianships and POA’s,’” earlier this month.
Ray is a member in Clark Hill’s Litigation and Personal Legal Services Practice Groups. He also serves as the Managing Member of the Chicago office and on the Firm’s Executive Committee.
Clark Hill PLC provides distinctive solutions to a diverse range of businesses, public entities and individuals both nationally and internationally. Our talented attorneys and professionals use deep industry, policy and technical knowledge to provide innovative solutions to complex issues. Client’s objectives always set the agenda and together we collaborate on strategies, put up defenses, cut through obstacles and connect to business opportunities to get the best results possible. Our purpose is clear, to provide the best client service and guide clients to paths that generate growth and success. For more information, visit www.clarkhill.com.
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