Mike Del Galdo named 1 of 8 Illinois “Best” local government lawyers

Mike Del Galdo named 1 of 8 Illinois “Best” local government lawyers
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Mike Del Galdo named 1 of 8 Illinois “Best” local government lawyers

Mike Del Galdo of the Del Galdo Law Group tapped as “Super Lawyer” for 11th Year in a Row

A national legal magazine is out with its 2021 list of best Illinois lawyers naming eight Chicago-area attorneys as the state’s “super” local government lawyers, including Berwyn-based attorney Michael Del Galdo.

“Super Lawyers” magazine, part of Thomson Reuters, just rolled out its 2021 list of top lawyers – “Illinois Super Lawyers” – and selected, among approximately 85,000 licensed Illinois attorneys, just 5% of Illinois barristers as “super lawyers”.

Within its 70 practice categories reviewed, the magazine identified just eight state, local, and municipal attorneys as “super lawyers”, all of whom are from the Chicago-area, including Michael Del Galdo of the Berwyn-based, Del Galdo Law Group, LLC.

Municipal Attorney Michael Del Galdo

Municipal Attorney Michael Del Galdo

Del Galdo has been named an Illinois “Super Lawyer” for 11 years in a row. Additionally, Law Bulletin Media continues to annually recognize Michael Del Galdo as a “Leading Lawyer” in the State of Illinois.”

Founding his now 27-strong attorney firm in 1998, Del Galdo represents multiple park districts, school districts, municipalities, and other units of government in Cook, DuPage, and the collar Counties as the general counsel or special counsel, including: Village of Broadview, Village of Melrose Park; Village of Morton Grove, Village of Steger; Town of Cicero; City of Berwyn; City of Chicago Heights; Village of Stickney, City of Waukegan, City of Zion; legislative counsel for the Village of Dixmoor, among others.

Del Galdo, also a leading election law and campaign attorney in Illinois, said that he owes his selection to providing 24/7 accessibility; unfailing attention to the fine print; and relentless monitoring and parrying of endless new state laws that annually alter the legal playing field in which local governments operate.

“A mayor has to be able to reach you just as easily and quickly on a Saturday night as on a Monday morning,” said Del Galdo. “And your advice must obviously be cognizant of not only the nuances of current law, but also – and equally as important – looming changes to law coming from Springfield.”

Del Galdo, added, “A good local government also needs to be able to work with lawmakers to change or blunt laws that negatively impact our mayors and school boards,” said Del Galdo. “That’s what I do. And that’s what makes our firm unique.”

For more information on Michael Del Galdo and his law firm, visit his website at www.dlglawgroup.com.

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