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Oct 16, 2019

Principal Kevin Coyne offers career strategies to UIC John Marshall Law School students

Kevin Coyne, a principal at Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., presents to students from UIC John Marshall Law School’s Center for Real Estate Law from 12 to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, various insights on how he built his real estate law practice. Organized by the UIC John Marshall Center for Real Estate, the program titled, “Let’s Taco ‘Bout Real Estate,” provides students with information about the real estate industry and how attorneys find successful and fulfilling careers in this area of practice. For additional information, click here.

Leader of the firm’s Real Estate practice group, Coyne represents national franchises, restaurants, bars and professional practices and has substantial experience negotiating office, retail and industrial leases on the national and local levels for landlords and tenants. Priding himself on the personal attention he brings to every transaction, Coyne crafts meticulous documentation tailored to align with his client’s present and future business needs and goals. Serving on the City of Naperville’s City Council has given him a unique perspective and constructive insight for clients facing municipal issues in Chicagoland.

The Center for Real Estate Law at UIC John Marshall Law School is dedicated to educating and training the next generation of real estate attorneys and real estate professionals in the substance and practice of commercial real estate law. In addition to providing degree candidates with a superior education in a transactional context, the Center is committed to promoting research and scholarships in the field of commercial real estate and practice.