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Christopher T. Hurley Selected for Plaintiff Attorney Achievement Award

October 22, 2018  ·  By HM&M


On October 11th, the annual reception and awards for Trial Lawyer Excellence was hosted by the Jury Verdict Reporter, a division of the Chicago-based Law Bulletin. In attendance were more than 300 Illinois judges and trial attorneys and forty-five professionals received individual awards.

Hurley McKenna & Mertz, P.C. in Chicago is excited to announce that Attorney Christopher T. Hurley was awarded for Trial Lawyer Excellence by being selected as the recipient of the Plaintiff Attorney Achievement Award.

In addition to earning the Plaintiff Attorney Achievement Award, Attorney Christopher T. Hurley has received numerous other prestigious awards. He served as a past president of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association and is a Fellow of the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers. He is the past president of the Loyola University School of Law Alumni Board of Governors. Mr. Hurley has also endowed scholarships at his law and undergraduate alma maters: Loyola University and Colgate University.

For more information about the Trial Lawyer Excellence Award Ceremony click here to visit the Law Bulletin Media’s website. To learn more about Attorney Christopher T. Hurley’s accomplishments click here to visit his profile page and to contact our law firm to receive representation from an award-winning team contact our law firm for a free consultation.

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