Michael J. Kartsounis graduated with Honors with a B.A. in Economics in 1996... more
Michael J. Kartsounis graduated with Honors with a B.A. in Economics in 1996 University of Illinois. DePaul College of Law Class of 2000. After Admittance to the Illinois State Bar, he obtained a position as an Assistant State's Attorney in Will County, Illinois. Served as a Prosecutor within the Criminal Prosecutions Bureau of the Will County State's Attorney's office. Worked at the law... view profile
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