Hinshaw & Culbertson

Hinshaw & Culbertson

Founded:
1934

Hinshaw & Culbertson

Founded:
1934
  • Dec 1 at 11:04 PM
    A group of Hinshaw attorneys Dan Trevino, Todd Young, Kim Leung, Jessica Watkins, Brittney Cato, Raven Burke Mackey, Connie Mayer and David Alfini attended the 15th Annual Unity Awards Dinner for the Diversity Scholarship Foundation earlier this week at the Chicago Hilton. The Diversity Scholarship Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that provides scholarships to diverse and deserving law students. The event, of which Hinshaw was a co-sponsor, included the swearing in of bar presidents and the awarding of the diversity scholarships to law students.
  • Nov 17 at 8:00 PM
    While attending Dublin's International Arbitration Day, our Ed Lenci was invited to sit with the bencherssenior members of any of the Inns of Court in the UK and Irelandat an evening dinner at The Honorable Society of King's Inns. Benchers included the Chief Judge of Ireland himself, as well as judges of the Supreme and High Courts of Ireland and a number of elected barristers. Lenci is pictured here in the robe of a bencher just before the group's procession to the benchers' table.
  • Nov 9 at 9:16 PM
    Hinshaw was pleased to welcome Michael J. Kaufman, the Dean of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, to its Chicago office on November 9 for a Loyola alumni breakfast and roundtable discussion. Dean Kaufman, who was appointed Loyola's 12th dean in March 2017, was accompanied by several members of the law school faculty and staff who joined him in mingling with our Loyola graduates and other colleagues. The breakfast lecture focused on the future of the practice of law, the strong relationship between Loyola and Hinshaw, and how the school is focused on providing practice ready graduates. We enjoyed the lively and productive conversation, and look forward to building on our rich history of collaboration with Loyola. Pictured L-R: Dan Ryan, Mary Hess, Conrad Nowak, D.L. Morriss, Dean Kaufman, Scott Seaman, Bob Shannon, Gretchen Sperry, Adam Guetzow Not Pictured: Leigh Bonsall, Aimee Delaney, Steve Puiszis, Josh Vincent, Mary Beth Walsh
  • Nov 3 at 5:29 PM
    Hinshaw's Chicago office welcomed more than 140 guestsincluding Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuelat an event last week celebrating Polish Heritage Month. The eventwhich was co-sponsored by the Warsaw Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International and World Business Chicagobrought the city's top business leaders, elected officials and members of the Polish community together to share breakfast with the Mayor and hear his remarks. Emanuel is pictured here with Hinshaw Managing Partner Robert Shannon, Hinshaw partner Scott Seamanwho has Polish ancestryand Hinshaw partner Conrad Nowak, who is a member of the Warsaw Committee and had the privilege of introducing the mayor to the guests.

Dec 1, 11:04 PM

A group of Hinshaw attorneys Dan Trevino, Todd Young, Kim Leung, Jessica Watkins, Brittney Cato, Raven Burke Mackey, Connie Mayer and David Alfini attended the 15th Annual Unity Awards Dinner for the Diversity Scholarship Foundation earlier this week at the Chicago Hilton. The Diversity Scholarship Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that provides scholarships to diverse and deserving law students. The event, of which Hinshaw was a co-sponsor, included the swearing in of bar presidents and the awarding of the diversity scholarships to law students.

Nov 17, 8:00 PM

While attending Dublin's International Arbitration Day, our Ed Lenci was invited to sit with the bencherssenior members of any of the Inns of Court in the UK and Irelandat an evening dinner at The Honorable Society of King's Inns. Benchers included the Chief Judge of Ireland himself, as well as judges of the Supreme and High Courts of Ireland and a number of elected barristers. Lenci is pictured here in the robe of a bencher just before the group's procession to the benchers' table.

Nov 9, 9:16 PM

Hinshaw was pleased to welcome Michael J. Kaufman, the Dean of Loyola University Chicago School of Law, to its Chicago office on November 9 for a Loyola alumni breakfast and roundtable discussion. Dean Kaufman, who was appointed Loyola's 12th dean in March 2017, was accompanied by several members of the law school faculty and staff who joined him in mingling with our Loyola graduates and other colleagues. The breakfast lecture focused on the future of the practice of law, the strong relationship between Loyola and Hinshaw, and how the school is focused on providing practice ready graduates. We enjoyed the lively and productive conversation, and look forward to building on our rich history of collaboration with Loyola. Pictured L-R: Dan Ryan, Mary Hess, Conrad Nowak, D.L. Morriss, Dean Kaufman, Scott Seaman, Bob Shannon, Gretchen Sperry, Adam Guetzow Not Pictured: Leigh Bonsall, Aimee Delaney, Steve Puiszis, Josh Vincent, Mary Beth Walsh

Nov 3, 5:29 PM

Hinshaw's Chicago office welcomed more than 140 guestsincluding Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuelat an event last week celebrating Polish Heritage Month. The eventwhich was co-sponsored by the Warsaw Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International and World Business Chicagobrought the city's top business leaders, elected officials and members of the Polish community together to share breakfast with the Mayor and hear his remarks. Emanuel is pictured here with Hinshaw Managing Partner Robert Shannon, Hinshaw partner Scott Seamanwho has Polish ancestryand Hinshaw partner Conrad Nowak, who is a member of the Warsaw Committee and had the privilege of introducing the mayor to the guests.