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Bruce Schottland is a founding partner of Harter & Schottland, P.C.. He is an experienced litigator. He began his career at a large civil defense firm in Chicago . After gaining valuable experience in the civil area, Mr. Schottland left the firm to learn the art of Criminal Defense. Since then he has conducted countless contested hearings and has taken hundreds of cases to trial. He has defended individuals charged with traffic, criminal misdemeanors and the most serious felonies. Further, Mr. Schottland has maintained a varied civil practice by representing individuals and businesses in areas such as personal injury, eviction proceedings and contract disputes.
Bruce Schottland was raised in Lake County, leaving only to attend the University of Illinois Law School. He is an active community partner and volunteers extensively. He is a longstanding board member for the Mano a Mano Family Resource Center where he also served as an Executive Board Member. He volunteered as a NICASA truancy court judge. He has also volunteered as a scholarship judge for the Round Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. Bruce also served as President of Chapter 932 of the Experimental Aircraft Association for four years. Further, Bruce maintains membership in various bar associations. He has participated or contributed to many local philanthropic organizations including the McHenry County Community Foundation, Shop with a Cop, Lakeview Fishing Foundation, Round Lake Area Chamber of Commerce and others.
Bruce Schottland attended college at the University of Illinois where he received a Bachelor’s Degree. He then returned to attend the University of Illinois College of Law where he graduated with a juris doctorate degree Cum Laude. Bruce Schottland was admitted to the Illinois Bar in November of 2001.