My purpose in leaving big law firms and forming my own small firm was to provide the... more
My purpose in leaving big law firms and forming my own small firm was to provide the same big firm legal services to clients at alower cost with more personalized service. The goal has more than been accomplished. I (and more importantly my clients) have been thrilled with the result.
I was born in Poland and have been a resident of Chicago for over 25 years. I am... more
I was born in Poland and have been a resident of Chicago for over 25 years. I am fluent in Polish and maintain close connections with the Polish community. I earned my undergraduate degree from Loyola University Chicago and then my law degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan, where I volunteered as a mentor at the Lansing Teen Court. I am licensed to practice law in th... view profile
Andrew J. Kelleher, Jr., J.D., LL.M. (Master of Laws in Taxation- Honors), Founding... more
Andrew J. Kelleher, Jr., J.D., LL.M. (Master of Laws in Taxation- Honors), Founding Member of Kelleher & Buckley, LLC, has worked on a multitude of business and estate planning matters and cases, including, but not limited to, selling, purchasing, merging, dividing and acquiring businesses, tax structuring, intellectual property licensing, shareholder agreements, business litigation, business b... view profile
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