Location: Winfield, Illinois, United States
Thomas McClow, Lawyer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyer for dedication, achievements, and leadership in state planning, powers of attorney, income tax and real estate law.
After earning a JD at Loyola University in Chicago in 1969, Mr. McClow has been a dedicated legal professional throughout his career. In his current roles, he is the acting chair arbitrator for the Cook, DuPage and Kane counties in Illinois. In this position, he is able to bring decades of courtroom experience to cases. He has been in this position since 1993. In addition, Mr. McClow prepares the next generation of lawyers as an adjunct professor at Judson College. He joined the faculty at this institution in 2004. From 1985 to 2014, Mr. McClow served as the principal of the Law Offices of Thomas A. McClow Ltd. He had previously practiced as a partner at McClow & Britz, and Nickles & McClow. Prior to these positions, Mr. McClow garnered his legal experience as an associate at the John L. Nickles and Douglas F. Comstock law firms.
Prior to earning a degree in law, Mr. McClow first received a Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University in 1966. He was admitted to the Illinois State Bar Association upon receiving the JD in 1969, and later gained admittance to the Supreme Court of the United States in 1973. On top of his work in various legal practices, Mr. McClow has put to use his knowledge of public policy as the President of the Dukane Valley Council, a committee he has been involved with as a member since 1998. His other civic engagements include serving as a village trustee for the Village of Winfield, serving as a public conservator and guardian for the Administrator of Kane County and on the board of directors and as first vice chairman of the Kane County Council on Economic Opportunity. In the 1970s, Mr. McClow dedicated time as a faculty dean for the Parent Education Center and as a board member for the Tri-County Youth Project.
Also notable in Mr. McClow’s career is his service as the editor-in-chief of the Kane County Bar Briefs with the Kane County Bar Association in 1997 and 19987. He is the author of “The Traveling Lawyer,” and has put out material since 1996. He has maintained affiliation in his career with the DuPage County Bar Association, the Kane County Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association and Mensa International Limited.
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