News

May 28, 2019

Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. welcomes three new associates

        

Chuhak and Tecson, P.C. is pleased to announce that Zachary L. Beaver, Andrew G. Fullett and Jasmine D. Morton have joined the firm as associates.
 
Zachary L. Beaver, a former law clerk at Chuhak & Tecson, concentrates his practice in banking law. His decade of experience in public service, as an active duty infantryman in the United States Army and as a state trooper with the Indiana State Police, routinely dealing with dicey situations, has given Beaver the skills to achieve well-reasoned and desirable outcomes when counseling clients on banking and corporate-related issues.

Beaver received his bachelor’s degree in political science and government from Indiana University Northwest and earned his Juris Doctor from Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology. In January 2019, he began a four-year term on the Winfield Township Board. 
 
Andrew G. Fullett joins the firm’s Banking group. He represents financial institutions on matters involving asset-based lending and commercial real estate loan transactions. Drawing from his experience in banking and collection litigation, he counsels his clients on complex commercial and  corporate-related matters.  

Fullett earned his bachelor’s degree in social relations and policy from Michigan State University, and his Juris Doctor and Certificate in Employment and Labor Law from Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology.
 
Jasmine D. Morton joins the firm’s Litigation group. Prior to Chuhak & Tecson, Morton was an appellate prosecutor for the Illinois Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor, where she advised state's attorneys at the trial court level and appeared before the Third District Appellate Court. 
 
Morton received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Georgetown University and earned her Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago. Jasmine has worked as a congressional intern on Capitol Hill and served as president of Georgetown University’s NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People). She carries on her passion for public service by currently serving as a board member of the DuPage Branch of the NAACP and MLER (Minority Legal Education Resources).