Supporting Our Communities

  • Chuhak & Tecson recognizes Women's History Month 

    In honor of women everywhere, Chuhak and Tecson, P.C. proudly recognizes Women's History Month. Held in March each year, this month highlights women’s contributions and achievements over the course of history.

    This celebratory month takes root in the socialist and labor movements that spurred the first Women’s Day in 1909. After the United Nations officially recognized International Women’s Day in 1975, a group of feminist activists expressed their conflict with the way U.S. history books largely left out the contributions and stories of women in America. In 1978, they proposed Women’s History Week to coincide with International Women’s Day, and the observance quickly spread to schools around the country. As a result of feminist activists lobbying for a longer observation, Congress passed a proclamation in 1987 that established March as Women’s History Month.

    We invite you to learn more about Women’s History Month, including some of the women whose achievements have helped re-shape our world for the better, like poet Maya Angelou, activist Malala Yousafzai and chemist Rosalind Franklin.

  • Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois' Fourth Annual Judicial Reception 

    The Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois (HLAI) held its fourth annual judicial reception February 20 at Latinicity in Chicago. The event honored the judiciary and provided guests the opportunity to network with association members, attorneys and the community. 

    HLAI is a not for profit corporation that upholds standards of competence, integrity and legal education for Hispanic attorneys while simultaneously providing a forum through which Hispanic attorneys can share their aspirations and achievements throughout the legal profession. For more information on HLAI or to learn how to join, contact Chuhak & Tecson attorney and president of HLAI,
    Leynee A Cruz

  • glenhagen farm retreat, an educational and spiritual retreat

  • Chuhak & Tecson principal Andy Tecson and his wife, Nancy Hagen, established the not for profit glenhagen farm retreat  to provide youth from all walks of life with the opportunity to experience the extraordinary wonders of the ecosystems. The farm, which offers educational and worship opportunities related to the arts, religion, ecosystems, astronomy and sustainable agriculture, welcomes schools, colleges, churches, synagogues, temples, mosques and other houses of worship, and also not for profit corporations, that seek a place to grow, experience and explore the wonders of God’s creation. 

    Amenities added since the farm’s opening—a volleyball court, raised garden bed, fire pit for campfires and stone paths—were well-used by campers who visited in summer 2019 such as Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Harmony Community Church, Kingsley School’s Girl Scouts, League of United Latin American Citizens, Project Exploration, Refugee Education & Adventure CHallenge, and West Town Bikes. 

    For more information on glenhagen farm retreat, or to learn how to get involved, contact

  • Joseph A. Tecson Scholarship Fund


    The scholarship is administered by DePaul and is open to any first-year law student both in good academic standing and with proven financial need, with a preference for those who have performed community service. It provides support to one new student each year with books and supplies and is renewable for those students who remain in good academic standing. Deadlines for applications are on a rolling basis. Click here to learn more about the scholarship fund.