Frank A. Moscardini, Jr. graduated from DePaul University in 1985 with high honors, and from Loyola University of Chicago School of Law in 1988. While in law school, Mr. Moscardini was a member of the Law Quarterly on Public Issues, and worked at the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office as a Section 711 intern trying civil cases. Before joining this firm, he was a senior associate with Donald A. Shapiro, Ltd. where his concentration was in civil litigation, complex personal injury and medical malpractice claims and real estate matters. Mr. Moscardini’s experience includes a wide range of matters, including mechanic's lien claims, a variety of real estate matters, business, Federal and State tax issues, probate, contract and personal injury claims. Mr. Moscardini is a member of the Chicago Bar and Illinois State Bar Associations.Read less
Honors: With High Honors
Major: Pre-Law History
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