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Michael R. Martin


Michael R. Martin recently joined Dunn, Martin, Miller & Heathcock, Ltd., as a full time associate after his graduation from Chicago-Kent College of Law in May of 2005. Michael previously assisted at the firm as a law clerk during law school and worked for the firm during both his high school years at Benet Academy in Lisle and while he attended DePauw University for undergraduate studies. Michael also gained valuable experiance in law school as a volunteer for the Illinois Attorney General's Office and as a law clerk for The Offices of Michael D. Robinson, a criminal defense and appeal firm located in Chicago. Michael proudly participated in the Chicago-Kent Clinic Program which enabled him to work in the patent litigation department of Bell, Boyd and Lloyd, L.L.C. for school credit. While at Chicago-Kent, Michael also earned a certificate in intellectual property. Before law school, Michael worked as a software engineer for Cyborg Systems Inc. and received a computer science degree from DePauw University in May of 2001.

Michael's law school education focused on a variety of litigation matters. He has concentrated his legal work in the area of trial litigation focusing on zoning, land use, contract and eminent domain issues. Further, Michael devotes a large percentage of his legal expertise in real estate matters, including contracts, for both commercial and residential transactions. He also assists in criminal matters, including traffic. Michael is admitted to the Illinois Bar and is a general bar member of the Northern District of Illinois Federal Court. He is also a member of the Will County Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

If calling to contact Michael please ask for Michael R. Martin as to avoid confusion with his father Michael J. Martin.

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